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‘Fantasies are not facts’: Trump ridiculed for his meltdowns at final presidential debate

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Composite image of Donald Trump at the final 2020 presidential debate (screengrabs).

President Donald Trump remained calm during the early moments of the final presidential debate in Nashville.

But Trump soon lost his patience with both Vice President Joe Biden and moderator Kristen Welker.

Trump began the debate by backing down on his suggestion a COVID-19 vaccine would be ready before election day. On the topic of coronavirus, Trump said he takes full responsibility, but none of it is his fault and he was only kidding about injecting disinfectants as a cure.

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At the debate, Biden blasted Trump as “a very confused guy,” criminal and a racist, which clearly rattled the president.

Here’s some of what people were saying about the final debate:

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