It was the last of the 2016 Presidential debates, and I was stuck in a car driving from a speaking engagement toward home. Good news is that I was able to listen over the radio. Weird, not being able to see the eye rolls and other non-verbals that are typically shown over a split screen.
I wanted to giggle….again. The 2016 Vice-Presidential Debate format last night was quite similar to the first Presidential Debate format: According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, “the debate will be divided into nine time segments of approximately 10 minutes each. The moderator will ask an opening question, after which each candidate will have two
I had to giggle. The first 2016 Presidential debate format was going to include six 15-minute segments with the debate moderator, NBC’s Lester Holt to ask the lead-off question. Each candidate having two minutes alternatively to state their case (with Hillary Clinton starting since she won the coin toss). Then, (and this is what made
I took last week off for a little overdue R&R – only to come back to the most influential and controversial Presidential debate in modern history! I’ll be watching tonight…as will hundreds of thousands of people. In the meantime, I thought I would weigh in on the moderator controversy: Should the moderator fact-check the candidates?
Who schedules a presidential primary debate on a SATURDAY night? I guess if you don’t want anyone to tune in, it’s a good strategy.
Last night’s Republican Primary Presidential debate was snarky, awkward and just plain weird.