In a video whose style employs scare tactics and lighting similar to those put out by National Rifle Association’s TV arm, Parkland survivor David Hogg calls out the president and the GOP for acquiescing to the gun lobby.
“What if our politicians weren’t the b*tch of the NRA?” Hogg asked before rolling a video of President Donald Trump telling fellow Republicans they’re “all afraid of the NRA.”
“What if we all voted and said this is not OK?” the Marjory Stoneman Douglas student asked in the video meant as a promotion for the March 24 event “March For Our Lives.”
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) March 16, 2018
‘He’s Putin’s puppy’: Biden rips Trump — and the president freaks out and breaks the debate rules
Former Vice President Joe Biden invoked President Donald Trump's subservience to Russian President Vladimir Putin during the first 2020 general election presidential debate.
"With regard to being weaker, the fact is I have gone head to head with Putin and made it clear to him we're not going to take any of his stuff," Biden said.
"He's Putin's puppy! He refuses to say anything to Putin about the bounty on the heads of American soldiers," Biden charged.
At that point, Trump interrupted to distract by talking about Hunter Biden.
"Mr. President, your campaign agreed to both sides would get two-minute answers, uninterrupted," moderator Chris Wallace noted. "Your side agreed to it and why don't you observe what your campaign agreed to as a ground rule, okay, sir?"
Chris Wallace yells at Trump after debate goes off the rails: ‘Frankly, you’ve been doing more interrupting’
Fox News moderator Chris Wallace admonished President Donald Trump for repeatedly refusing to let Democratic nominee Joe Biden have the floor at Tuesday night's debate.
Nearly an hour into the debate, Wallace seemed to realize that he had lost control of the president.
"No!" Wallace exclaimed as Trump tried to talk over him. "The answer to the question is no!"
But the president refused to be silent.
"Stop!" Wallace yelled. "Gentleman! I hate to raise my voice by why should I be different than the two of you?"
"We have ended that segment, we're going to go to the next segment," the moderator explained, turning to Trump. "I think that the country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions. I'm appealing to you, sir, to do that."
Joe Biden: ‘It’s hard to get any word in with this clown’
Former Vice President Joe Biden referred to President Donald Trump as a clown during the first general election presidential debate in the 2020 campaign.
Biden, visibly frustrated by the inability of Fox News personality Chris Wallace being able to moderate the debate, complained about how he had problems making his case with Trump continually talking over both him and the moderator.
"It’s hard to get any word in with this clown," Biden said.