Letters to the Editor – Presidential debate, Texas House District 102, Affordable Care Act, gun violence, Democrats, Dallas Stars

Letters to the Editor - Presidential debate, Texas House District 102, Affordable Care Act, gun violence, Democrats, Dallas Stars

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the first presidential debate Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland. Control the microphone We should not have the remaining debates unless the rules are changed, giving the moderator control of the microphone on-off switch. Our country can gradually return to civility with compassionate leadership, but that leadership does not include President Donald Trump. God, please deliver us. Nesha Morey, Arlington An hour was enough I turned off the “debate” after almost an hour. I couldn’t take it anymore. If “winning” means shouting the loudest and talking over the top of your opponent — and the moderator — then I guess President Donald Trump won. Lucky him. If trying to make an earnest and persuasive presentation of facts was the goal, well, I guess there were no winners, because that voice was not heard. Stephen McCluer, Dallas Reduce the confusion Fox News anchor Chris Wallace was unable to control the debate — that was clear. How about giving the moderator a mute button for each participant and focusing the camera only on the designated speaker? That could give viewers a better opportunity to understand the response given to each issue and eliminate part of the confusion. James Camey, Carrollton The American people lost Whether you think President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden won the debate, the biggest loser was the moderator, Chris Wallace. He should have turned […]

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