Following Thursday’s final presidential debate, President Trump shared multiple polls on Twitter that showed as much as 96 percent of participants claimed he won.
Experts have said the President’s performance was measured, controlled and on message. In the meantime, analysts noted Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden often struggled to present coherent ideas and made several gaffes throughout the 96 minute event.
Election experts have predicted President Trump’s performance could have even been good enough to win over undecided voters.
The two candidates went head-to-head in Nashville, Tenn. and debated on a number of issues currently pressing the American people. The President opened up the debate and touted his administration’s response to the coronavirus. He highlighted the great strides American companies have made to bring a swift end to the pandemic.
“We have a vaccine that’s coming, it’s ready, it’s going to be announced within weeks and it’s going to be delivered,” said President Trump. “We have Operation Warp Speed.”
When he spoke about healthcare, Biden said he would replace the ‘Affordable Care Act’ with his own personal plan and argued his policy would drive insurance competition. President Trump pushed back against his opponent’s idea and noted his healthcare plan is a political ploy to attempt to bring socialism to the U.S.