World News – US – Race to America highlighted in last presidential debate in Nashville


NASHVILLE, Tenn (WMC) – Security was tight on and around the Belmont campus on Thursday evening The National Guard also there if something goes wrong

This debate was a little different from the previous one This time there were six different 15-minute segments during the 90-minute debate As each candidate spoke, the other’s microphone was muted to allow candidates to speak. earn their points without interruption

Trump: â ???? As far as my relationship with everyone goes, I think I have a great relationship with everyone, â € “ said President Donald Trump â € “ I am the least racist person in this roomâ ????

Trump: – I don’t know what to say I did criminal justice reform, prison reform, opportunity zones I took care of black colleges and universities I don’t know what to sayâ ?? ??

Biden refuted: « Abraham Lincoln is one of the most racist presidents we have had in modern history He pours fuel on every racist fire Everyone He started his campaign by going down that escalator and saying he was going to get rid of those Mexican racists He banned Muslims because they are Muslims He moved around and made everything worseâ ????

WMC Action News 5 political analyst Mike Nelson said that one aspect of the debate made him want more

– What hasn’t been so good is that we’ve heard a lot more about the past than what they plan to do in the next four years. : 39 whichever one of them gets elected, « said Nelson » Well, I want to know what their agenda is for new public policy, domestic policy, foreign policy, economic policy Let’s take the example of The COVID Crisis There has been a lot of back and forth about who was at fault and who should have done what and very little about what will happen in the futureâ € ”

Now that it’s all over, Tennessee has hosted a grand total of two presidential debates and both took place here at Belmont University

Belmont, in the heart of Nashville, hosted the 2008 mayoral debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain

President Belmont Dr Bob Fisher says the university has competed hard for tonight’s debate which began two years ago and Fisher says the debate committee seems to like Nashville as an oasis of blue within of a red state where supporters of both candidates can be found

â ???? Today is the culmination of a lot of hard work by a lot of people for at least 2 years We worked hard to get our proposal, ”said Fisher – We were selected by the commission. debate a year ago We expected a repeat of our 2008 with President Obama and Senator McCain It turns out that a lot has changedâ ????

Fisher grew up in Blytheville, received his MBA from the University of Memphis and his PhD from the University of Arkansas

Over the past 20 years he has led this university to incredible growth with the addition of programs in pharmacy, law and now medicine!

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World News – United States – Race to America Highlighted at Final Presidential Debate in Nashville



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