Stephen MooreStephen Moore (Stephen Moore) If the election depends on the economy, the result will benefit Trump Trump’s economic advisers said the performance of the presidential debate was “bad” as shown on Sunday-Coronavirus stimulus, Barrett hearings became a concern Focus more, Economist and consultant President TrumpOn Sunday, the president must “maintain his best behavior” to participate in the final presidential debate on the former vice president on Thursday. Joe BidenConservative Joe Biden (Joe Biden) Conservatives seized on the New York Post story and pushed for section 230 reform. Trump hoped Harris would be “the best” because his assistants tested positive for COVID-19 , Pennsylvania rejected 372K postal voting applications after major confusion:.
In a radio interview with John Catsimatidis on WABC 770, Moore said that despite the economic impact of the pandemic, the morale of small businesses is still high, adding that “the economy is very hot right now. “.
He said: “It is surprising that when the economy is undergoing an amazing recovery, anyone now wants to change horses.” He was referring to voters who might be inclined to vote for Biden.
The economist said that most people agree with Trump’s policies, but they don’t like his behavior, and he needs to change this.
“The new Gallup poll shows that most Americans agree with Donald Trump’s policy stance on Biden. They just don’t like his behavior,” Moore said.
“That’s why… the final debate between Trump and Biden is so important. Trump must show his best behavior and show Americans the amazing things he has done for American workers and companies.”
The remarks were made after Trump and Biden’s first debate in Cleveland, Ohio last month. The debate turned into a noisy and chaotic event characterized by repeated interruptions and reduced personal attacks.
Although Biden sometimes performs poorly, the main gain from head to toe is the president’s rudeness. Some Republicans say that Trump has missed the opportunity to change public opinion. Opinion polls have shown that Trump is behind the former vice president. Most battlefield states
When the president refused to explicitly deny the “Proud Boys” of the white nationalist group, he was also shocked.
“Biden, especially in the first half of the debate, appeared weak, and it seemed that everything the Democrats worried about could come true.” Republican and former majority leader of the Minnesota Senate, Amy Koch, told Hill after the war . debate.
“But then Trump was just at a loss, and too much. It was above the top, rude and rude, making people feel hopeless and bullying. He blew it.”
John Catsimatidis is an investor in The Hill.