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Chris Wallace Accused of Bias Amid Backlash Over First Trump-Biden Debate

Democrat Wallace has been slammed for favoring Biden

 on 30th September 2020 @ 3.00pm
chris wallace is facing intense backlash  including from colleagues  over bias during debate © press
Chris Wallace is facing intense backlash, including from colleagues, over bias during debate

Fox News host Chris Wallace is facing intense backlash following the first presidential debate after he appeared to favor Democrat nominee Joe Biden over President Donald Trump.

Wallace, a registered Democrat is accused of bias while moderating the debate on Tuesday night after he repeatedly appeared to side with Biden.

At one point, President Trump argued that he felt like he was debating Wallace rather than Biden.

One of the issues that Wallace was called out for the most was how he appeared to let Biden interrupt Trump.

However, he was quick to jump in to interrupt Trump when Trump would talk over Biden.

Wallace has even faced criticism from his own colleagues.

president trump argued that he felt like he was debating wallace rather than biden © press
President Trump argued that he felt like he was debating Wallace rather than Biden

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade even noted the discrepancy and called it out on social media, writing: “Why is @JoeBiden allowed to interrupt? @realDonaldTrump is not.”

Fox News contributor Andy McCarthy wrote: “I love Chris Wallace, but he should get out of the way.”

McCarthy added: “Biden doesn’t support the Green New Deal. Oh, Wallace got that out of him?

"No, Trump did.

"Oh, well, did Wallace clarify what’s parts of Green New Deal Biden is against?

"No, needed to move on …”

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld said that it was “not good” when Wallace reportedly laughed with Biden.

Bill O’Reilly, who used to be a colleague of Wallace’s, wrote on Twitter: “Good line from Trump—he tells Chris Wallace he’s debating him, not Joe.”

O’Reilly added: “Chris Wallace doesn’t have the facts at his command about the Ukraine payments made to Biden’s son that Trump brought up.

"Big mistake by Mr. Wallace.”

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon wrote on Twitter: “Chris Wallace is a disgrace. Republicans need to stop allowing the slanted media to have any role in debates in future years.”

Actor James Woods wrote on Twitter: “Chris Wallace is shamelessly biased. It’s a beautiful demonstration of fake news in action.

"I’m actually glad it’s happening, because you can see it for yourself.”

Journalist Yashar Ali, who was Hillary Clinton’s co-chair on her 2008 presidential campaign, wrote on Twitter that there was “no doubt” that “Wallace is not doing a good job as a debate moderator.”

Newsweek editor Josh Hammer wrote on Twitter: “Just an inexcusable effort tonight from Chris Wallace.

"And I say that as someone who is generally a fan of his.”

Federalist co-founder Sean Davis wrote on Twitter: “Chris Wallace is now reading Biden’s energy plan back to him to remind Biden what’s in his plan.

"I have never, never seen anything like this from a moderator.”

Davis added: “Chris Wallace is making very clear that his goal tonight is to run interference for Joe Biden.

"If he wants to be a deranged NeverTrumper, that’s his prerogative, but Wallace is doing everything in his power to tilt the election toward his preferred candidate. Everyone can see it.”

Ben Shapiro wrote on Twitter: “Chris Wallace, over the course of the night, has moved from moderator to debater.”

Conservative commentator Jesse Kelly wrote on Twitter: “Ok, I don’t generally nitpick moderators, but Chris Wallace asking Joe Biden about the ‘very fine people’ thing without bringing up that it’s a flat-out lie is an absolute embarrassment.”

Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell tweeted: “Chris Wallace is supposed to be invisible.

"He isn’t. He’s off to a terrible start.”

Grenell added: “Chris Wallace doesn’t interrupt Joe Biden.”

Commentator Candace Owens tweeted: “Unbelievable.

"Every person in America knows these riots are being orchestrated by black lives matter and Antifa.

"Chris Wallace asks the President to condemn white supremacists but did not think to ask Joe Biden to condemn Antifa or BLM.”

RealClearInvestigations Senior Writer Mark Hemingway wrote: “Chris Wallace calling critical race theory ‘racial sensitivity training’ is totally ignorant of what’s being taught.

"It is racist and anti-American. Appalling.”

Political commentator Harry Khachatrian tweeted: “Chris Wallace chuckling and joking with Biden during the debate, mid-question is grossly unprofessional conduct from a moderator.”

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter wrote: “Every time Trump is nailing Biden, Chris Wallace interrupts. ‘That’s the next topic!'”

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough wrote: “Where is Chris Wallace? This is a disgrace.”

Former White House doctor Ronny Jackson tweeted: “Fire Chris Wallace! He is an embarrassment to Fox News!!”

some argued that  chris wallace chuckling and joking with biden during the debate  was inappropriate © press
Some argued that 'Chris Wallace chuckling and joking with Biden during the debate' was inappropriate

Former CNN host Soledad O’Brien wrote: “Hellllo Chris Wallace???

"Looking for a moderator here. Jesus Christ what a fricken mess.”

Leftist Mikel Jollett wrote: “Dear Chris Wallace: You are a national embarrassment.”

Conservative Dana Loesch wrote on Twitter: “Never allow Chris Wallace to moderate another debate again.

"This was an absolute sh*t show.

"The viewer wasn’t even a secondary concern.”

Conservative commentator Kurt Schlichter wrote: “Everybody hates Chris Wallace, and no that’s not proof that he’s good. It’s proof that he sucks.”

Daily Caller Editor in Chief Geoffrey Ingersoll wrote: “Chris Wallace calling critical race theory ‘racial sensitivity training’ is honestly f***ing sad.

"This s**t is not circa 1980s corporate hr seminars.

"Herding whites only into white privilege indoctrination is not ‘racial sensitivity.’

"It’s racial insensitivity.”

Conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey wrote on Twitter: “I generally like Chris Wallace.

"This is a HARD debate to moderate.

"But it’s just true that this debate is very clearly two against one.”

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