The U.S. presidential election negotiating team has said it will order the final two matches between President Donald Trump and candidate Joe Biden following widespread criticism.
The constant interruptions and interruptions by the Republican president’s Democratic opponent and host, and Biden’s angry cheers, disrupted the 90 – minute debate last night.
The Commission on Presidential Debates, an impartial group that has been organizing events since 1988, said it would make clear changes to the format to prevent trouble.
Last night’s discussion made it clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining discussions to ensure a more systematic discussion of the issues, ”the group said in a statement.
“It is carefully considering the changes it will adopt and will announce those measures soon,” he added.
Biden said at a campaign stop today that he hopes the organizers of future debates will be able to turn off the non – speaking candidate’s microphone.
“It was a national embarrassment,” Biden said of the debate and Trump’s performance.
“I’m not going to guess what will happen in the second or third debate.”
The Trump campaign said the commission should not “remove goalposts and change the rules in the middle of the game.”
Meanwhile, Trump criticized Fox News presenter Chris Wallace, who moderated the discussion.
“Chris had a tough night,” Trump posted on Twitter this morning, calling the debate a “two-on-one” fight.
The Debate Commission justified Mr Wallace by thanking him for “the professionalism and skill he brought to last night’s debate” and offering “more tools to maintain order.”
The vice presidential candidates will hold talks next Wednesday, followed by two more presidential talks between Trump and Mr Biden in October.
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