NBC host Savannah Guthrie is commanding this Trump town hall in a way that we have rarely seen a moderator or interviewer do with the president over the last four years.
After the spectacle of the first debate, when Trump made over 100 interruptions by some counts, it’s been a breath of fresh air for many viewers:
Meanwhile at an altogether calmer town hall, Joe Biden answered more questions on coronavirus, and one undecided voter asked him about a potential coronavirus vaccine.
The Democratic nominee said he doesn’t trust what Trump says about vaccine candidates because he says “crazy stuff.”
But Biden emphasized that he would take a vaccine if public heath experts endorsed it, and he said he would encourage every American to do so as well, although he acknowledged it would be difficult to mandate vaccinations.
Biden also stressed that the usage of masks would be key to allowing the economy to remain open in the months to come.
“You don’t have to lock down if you’re wearing a mask,” Biden said.