- Stephen Green | Sep 29, 2020 10:46 PM est
One last thing...
Scott Ott just texted me with this:
Jake Tapper: "That was a Hot Mess Inside a Dumpster Fire Inside a Train Wreck...that was Horrific."
Dana Bash: "That was a shitshow"
"Their actual words," Scott tells me.
And I don't doubt it.
The thing is, and this is what Official Uniparty Washington always forgets, is that Trump has lived and breathed and made millions in shitshows for 40 years.
He's very good at this stuff, and if Biden didn't lose tonight, he also failed to prove that he's any "better" than Trump.
If Biden is pushing for change, all he sold tonight was more shitshow but with higher taxes and ongoing lockdowns.
- Stephen Green | Sep 29, 2020 10:40 PM est
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- Stephen Green | Sep 29, 2020 10:35 PM est
My only serious beef with Trump is that while I love how combative he is, he'd be much more effective at it if he were more focused.
- Stephen Green | Sep 29, 2020 10:31 PM est
Closing statements already, and I'm trying to figure out how today's declassified intel about the Obama-Biden White House and Hillary Clinton regarding the Russia Hoax never came up as a question.
I'm kidding, of course. Wallace was never going to bring that up.
- Stephen Green | Sep 29, 2020 10:26 PM est
From the comments: "I figured Wallace would ask tough questions of both candidates, and, in fairness, he's asked some of Biden, but his performance incredibly unbalanced. Quite disappointed."
I can count two tough questions Biden got, but tons of framing and fact-checking against Trump.
This isn't a loser's lament -- I think Trump is doing fine. But Wallace has gone from "weak" to "propping up his favorite candidate."
One is excusable. The other isn't.