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Trump says he won Tuesday’s presidential debate

Donald Trump– The first Presidential debate for the upcoming US Presidential elections on November 3, seen a lot of heated arguments on various subjects between both the candidates present President and Republican nominee Donald Trump and his opponent former Vice-President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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This was the first Presidential debate of three debates ahead of the Presidential elections

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This was first of the three Presidential debates ahead of the US Presidential elections. The other two Presidential debates will take place on October 15 followed by October 22. The Presidential debates are very important part of Presidential campaigns for Presidency as these debates clear many doubts of the voters along with attracting a lot of voters who are uncertain to whom to cast vote for.

Debate was followed by numerous interruptions from Trump

The debate was followed by numerous Trump interruptions over the conversation of both his opponent Joe Biden and moderator Chris Wallace. Both Chris Wallace and Joe Biden was seen pleading Trump to wait for his turn to speak and stop interrupting between the conversations. The only mention of India came when Donald Trump said that India is among the countries which do not disclose the accurate information on the death toll in the country.

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Now Donald Trump has claimed that he definitely won the first debate by every measures against the Democratic nominee Joe Biden. He added in his statement to the reporters tat Joe Biden was very weak in the first debate and was whining. He said that he won the debate according to every polls.

However, Joe Biden has been ahead of Donald Trump in most of the National polls leading in many battleground states since the start of the year. This Presidential elections would be one of the most interesting elections as nothing could be assumed on the account of polls and the first debate.

 

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