US Presidential Debate: Stan Grant Says Trump And Biden Are 'Two Men Who Would Rather Go At It Than Have A Vision'

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Australian journalist Stan Grant criticised US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday following the US Presidential Debate.

He said their “personal attacks” and talking over each other during the debate proved they’re “two men who would rather go at it rather than have a vision for the future”.

“It [the debate] told us what we already knew,” Grant said on ABC News 24.

“That this was a deeply polarised and broken country, represented by two men who would rather go at it rather than have a vision for the future.”

Australian journalist Stan Grant criticised Donald Trump and Joe Biden following the US Presidential Debate
Australian journalist Stan Grant criticised Donald Trump and Joe Biden following the US Presidential Debate

Grant said the US is “a country broken in so many ways, a country shouting over each other” and “that’s fundamentally what we got” from the debate.

“This constant interjecting, constant over-talking over each other, it really does go to what we see in a country that is really polarised.

“Donald Trump played to that division successfully in 2016. Joe Biden says he’ll be a president for all, Democrats, Republicans, and unity.

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