State College Mom Appears On ABC's Joe Biden Town Hall

President Donald Trump held a town hall in Miami Thursday fielding questions from voters and NBC Host Savannah Guthrie on the Supreme Court the COVID-19 pandemic health care and November's election. 

We aired a town hall with Vice President Biden on October 5 at 8pm.

Following the town hall event, the Trump campaign sent out a press release proclaiming the president "soundly defeated NBC's Savannah Guthrie in her role as debate opponent and Joe Biden surrogate".

"I know nothing about QAnon", he said. Trump refused to answer when asked about the topic at the September 29 presidential debate.

'Well, to be very honest with you, I think that's very hard, ' Biden replied when asked how he would use his platform to urge Trump and Trump's supporters 'toward the ideals of a more flawless union'.

Haeck said she raised her question in response to recent "attacks" on transgender rights, such as bans on military service, weakened protections, and removed transgender terms from government websites.

He appeared to confirm the paper's report that he has some $400 million in personally guaranteed loans, arguing that the amount was a "peanut" compared with his worth.

President Donald Trump says, without evidence, that people who wear face masks are getting infected with the coronavirus "all the time".

Trump says he's "good with masks" before claiming that "people with masks are catching it all the time".

"We share in the frustration that our event will initially air alongside the first half of ABC's broadcast with Vice President Biden".

Mr Trump's town hall meeting took place at the same time as Joe Biden's own town hall meeting on a rival TV channel.

The former vice president struggled with a stutter in his youth, and on the night, he seemed to stutter slightly at the beginning of the show. he even hard a handful of notes of prompts to help him through the night.

He highlighted his plans to increase funding for low-income schools, help first-time homebuyers make their down payment and increase small business funding.

"Besides 'you ain't Black, '" the man asked. "That was an opinion of somebody", Trump said.

But Mr Biden said that he would take a vaccine if public health experts endorsed it, and he said he would encourage every American to do so.

'So what I'll do, hopefully I'll go back to being a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and making the case that I have made at the Biden Institute at the University of DE, focusing on these same issues, what constitutes decency and honor in this country, ' Biden said.

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