Key takeaways from the final presidential debate
Presidential debate went off without a hitch with President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden not talking over each other in a particular tale that eruptions this time the commission on Presidential Debates announced Trump in Biden. We each have his microphone cut off at certain moments in deaf team coverage at 9 31. CBS News Special Report for a country in the grips of a pandemic Corona virus played center stage in the debate, The president said a vaccine could be ready by the end of the year by time line's going to be more right cured. I don't know that they're counting on the military the way I do, but we have our generals lined up one in particular, that's the head of logistics. Joe Biden pointed out, the more than 223,000 who have died nationwide. Anyone is responsible for not taking control. Fact not saying I'm take no responsibility initially. Anyone is responsible for that Money desk should not remain as president of the United States of America. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn. This was a more civil debate, but it was still contentious. It was a more substantive debate, but they still talked around too many issues. Bottom line is this each wanted to make their closing arguments about themselves and their opponents. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo John catch director of debate at Vanderbilt University, was pleased that the two candidates remain calm and were able to present their arguments and uninterrupted. As for the moderator, Kristen Welker, Koch had high praise for her. One of my complaints about moderators usually is they don't allow engagement or back and forth because they want to get through all the questions. They prepared, so I'll commend her on doing a good job of leading engagement happened, allowing back and forth happing, allowing both candidates task questions of each other, and I don't think she got through all of her questions. The last segment seemed relatively shorter. Wendy than the other. So I'll commend her on, you know, letting the actual debate and information engagement play out Naturally. Fox News Chris Wallace, who moderated the first debate that completely came off the rails tweeted out. First of all, I'm jealous. I would like to have moderated that debate.