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On Sept. 29, the two presidential candidates went face to face in a heated debate to prove why they would be the best next president. Let’s just say that the debate itself was a train wreck, as a first-time debate watcher I was a little disappointed that it was very chaotic to say the least.

The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was dominated by juvenile bickering, bombastic rambling, persistent interrupting and an undignified — daresay, unpresidential — rejection of all debate decorum.

The first Presidential debate did not impress me. The fumbling of words and the hurtful rambling only added to my growing concern for the future of this country. In my opinion, this debate has only magnified how divided we are as a country.

There were no commercial breaks throughout the 90 minute presidential debate that took place on Thursday, Sept. 29. However, President Donald Trump and his contender Joe Biden did not seem to recognize that interruptions were not permitted during the duration of the debate. Chris Wallace, th…

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