The White House correspondent for NBC managed to press the two candidates and lead, this time effectively, the last face-off before the election in the United States
NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker was under pressure After the disastrous first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, eyes were on whether the host would this time get the candidates to play by the rules of the last head-to-head before the November 3 elections.
The journalist far exceeded the objective Not only did he bring the pretenders to the White House to communicate their proposals to the viewers, but he also questioned the progress made room for appeals without losing control and led meeting effectively
When it was over, they asked Chris Wallace, moderator of the first debate, what he thinks I’m jealous, the Fox News veteran replied.
COMBO This combination of images created on October 22, 2020 shows Democratic presidential candidate and former US Vice President Joe Biden R and US President Donald Trump pointing during the final presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee on October 22, 2020
Welker 44 became the second African-American to host a presidential debate in US history on Thursday
Prior to the meeting, Trump publicly criticized her. He described her as a terrible biased journalist and falsely claimed that she had deleted her Twitter account in order to hide posts that would rob her of objectivity.
However during the hour and a half of debate the host did not give rise to judgments on her professionalism The president even congratulated her during the headsup So far I respect the way you manage it I must say And Twitter communed with President Turned in a trending topic, it was all praise for the reporter
One factor that contributed to Welker being able to carry out his work was that the debate committee decided that for this meeting, the microphones of the candidate who did not have the floor should be silenced in order to avoid interruptions. and improper responses during the initial presentation.
Two minutes for each candidate and thematic block, Trump disqualified the measure when it was announced earlier this week, saying it was crazy and there was nothing fair about the agreed mode of debate.
Doubts haunted whether the US president was going to comply with the demands and to a large extent he did
The host knew those who came before her well. During his career, he covered the Barack Obama administration with Biden as vice president and has done the same with the Trump administration for nearly four years.
Walker joined NBC News in 2010 after spending five years as a reporter and anchor at television station WCAU in her hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
After a brief stint in the Los Angeles office in 2011, he was assigned to cover the White House where he continues. Earlier this year, she started as a co-host of the Saturday news show Weekend Today.
The great writer and avid poet as well, he graduated from the University of Florida in Journalism and Brad has about 12 years of experience in the news and media section.