Wallace, the veteran journalist, is the first Fox News personality to moderate a general election debate. After NBC's Lester Holt was widely criticized for his debate performance; and co-moderators Anderson Cooper, of CNN, and Martha Raddatz, of ABC News, were accused of giving softball questions to Mrs. Clinton, Chris Wallace acted the true fair and balanced professional most expected of him. He asked real policy questions and stayed on track. What is your take?
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Lip read? And what did you lip read on Hillary? I guess if she was lamenting on how poorly she did so you'd be mentioning that? You are so transparently lame.
I still believe the moderator should have had a switch so he could turn off the person's mic when they wouldn't stop talking when asked. Solution to the problem.
I agree the echo chamber was odd, he separated himself. I got the feeling that while Trump had his echo chamber around him they all had a deflated vibe as if they knew it was over while Clinton went to speak to the people she will likely SERVE.
Greg Schweizer I agree and perhaps it should also be hooked up to a two minute timer.
Ralph....Pls check your HP email asap! Very important issue (which has gotten worse just in the time since I wrote you)
@DTMB you know nothing about me or who I am. Don't pretend that you do.
You're right, it's obvious I know nothing about u personally so u use that to deflect from what you know I meant, which is that your answers and comments, known to everyone, right there in black and white, are transparently lame. Get it?
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