It didn’t long before the first Presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden went all the way left. The two presidential candidates took to the stage in Cleveland, OH on Tuesday evening (September 29) to discuss a number of issues ranging from the next Supreme Court choice to whether or not Americans can trust either of their plans to handle the coronavirus pandemic.
Within the first 20 minutes, Trump aggressively tried to talk over not only his opponent, but also the debate moderator and Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. Trump repeatedly spoke over Wallace as he tried to ask questions and his opponent Biden as he tried to answer questions on health care and specifically the future of Obamacare. Frustrated with the constant interruptions during an exchange about Trump’s Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett, Biden countered with the following exchange that quickly went viral:
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) September 30, 2020
“He doesn’t want to answer the question,” Trump shouted.
Biden responded, “Would you shut up, man?”
Well, that was enough for Black Twitter to take the lead and respond accordingly. Here’s what a few folks had to say:
When Joe Biden said “Will you shut up man” I really felt that.
— Karim (@RummanKarim) September 30, 2020
I'm making me a shirt that says
"Will You Shut Up Man"
— Crystal Alexander (@firstlady077) September 30, 2020
My favorite part…
— The Deepest Ent (@TheDeepestEnt) September 30, 2020
O god someone finally said it!!!!!!
— Jennifer Marie Brissett (@jennbrissett) September 30, 2020
I know! 45 talking loud and saying nothing! Smh
— Roy Willis (@DrRoyAW) September 30, 2020
“Will you shut up, man?” – @JoeBiden
Most of us share Joe’s sentiment! #Debates2020
— AprilDRyan (@AprilDRyan) September 30, 2020
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