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Biden passed but completely lacked ‘energy and force’ of a leader

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Joe Biden didn’t display the “energy and force” of a leader but in reality not many would have changed their mind because of the first presidential debate, according to Andrew Bolt. “Close to 100 …More
Joe Biden didn’t display the “energy and force” of a leader but in reality not many would have changed their mind because of the first presidential debate, according to Andrew Bolt.

“Close to 100 million Americans today watched a mud-wrestle to decide the next president of the United States. Don't call it a presidential debate,” Mr Bolt said.

The first debate was held in Cleveland on Tuesday (local time) with the president and former vice-president Joe Biden going head-to-head in a, at times, heated clash.

Coronavirus, the economy, law and order, and the Supreme Court all featured prominently in the debate, with both candidates firing pointed barbs at one another.

“Biden also passed the very low bar set by his opponents. Many thought he'd have another senior moment and lose his train of thought. He didn’t,” according to Mr Bolt.

“Biden, for all his insults, managed a rare trick: of acting the thug but looking weak. He looked older, thinner, and more frail than Trump.

“He just seemed like a geriatric down the street threatening to punch you in your head. You may admire the old timer for his spirit, but you mark him down for forgetting himself.

“So of the two men – if I had to say which had the energy and force of a leader - it wasn't Biden.”
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