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Moderator of Second Debate Worked for Biden

Updated: Oct 4, 2020

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Moderator of Second Planned Presidential Debate Worked for Biden The journalist set to moderate the second presidential debate has close ties to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, according to the Trump campaign. Steve Scully, who hosts C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal,” interned for Biden while he was a college student, according to Marie Claire. He then worked for the late “liberal lion” Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., and has remained close to the Biden family for several years. This week, a picture he had taken with Biden in 2016 resurfaced. After the first presidential debate, in which moderator Chris Wallace sparred with President Trump while letting Biden avoid an important question about court-packing, the president’s team is understandably wary. But Trump should expect to be up against biased moderators for the duration of the campaign, according to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. 1/x Everyone agrees Tuesday’s debate was a train wreck. A major contributing fact was the moderator Chris Wallace, a registered Democrat, repeatedly interrupting to try to help Joe Biden. The next debate is set to be moderated by a former intern to…Joe Biden. (And Ted Kennedy.) Other conservatives have called on Scully to recuse himself: If @SteveScully had any integrity, he’d recuse himself asap. — Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) October 1, 2020 I know Steve didn’t mean this. He’ll be fair at the debate, amirite? — Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) October 1, 2020

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