Biden Gets Absolutely Wrecked in CNN’s Debate Flash Poll — 67 Percent Say Trump Won

Published June 28, 2024

Joe Biden was wrecked by former President Donald Trump in CNN’s post-debate flash poll.

Before the debate, 45 percent of debate watchers said they thought Biden would win, compared to 55 percent for Trump.

When asked about their confidence in each candidate to lead the country, 14 percent of the debate watchers said they had “a lot” of confidence in Biden, 29 percent said “some,” and a 57 percent majority said “none.”

Asked about Trump, 36 percent said they had “a lot” of confidence, 20 percent said “some,” and 44 percent said “none.”

Biden’s performance was so bad that the liberals on the post-debate panel had to admit it was awful.



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It was rough.

Published June 28, 2024

Joe Biden face-planted in one of the highest stakes moments of his political life — igniting widespread concerns among Democrats about his fitness as a candidate.

Debating former President Donald Trump with a raspy voice, wandering eyes, pallid complexion and a halting delivery, Biden’s performance was at times unintelligible. And though Trump blustered through his own answers with falsehoods, there was one defining issue: Biden’s age.

Democrats are reeling. The first debate is in the books. The second — and last — won’t come until Sept. 10, and that’s assuming it even happens. We asked five POLITICO campaign reporters and editors for their takeaways from the first general election debate of the 2024 campaign.

Is there any argument that Biden didn’t lose this debate? And just how bad was it for him?

Sam Stein: Is there an argument? Sure. Is it a convincing one? Absolutely not. Even his own former aides are acknowledging it was a bad night, that he looked and sounded weak and that he didn’t do the essential thing he had to do, which is to calm the very concerns about his age that prompted his campaign to get this debate scheduled in the first place.

How bad is it? What do we know? I could surmise that it’s anywhere between debilitating and ephemeral — likely closer to the former. What we do know: It’s going to prompt a vicious news cycle for the campaign and they know it.



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Published June 28, 2024

President Joe Biden is three years and seven months older than former President Donald Trump.

In their debate Thursday night on CNN, the gap between the 81-year-old incumbent and his 78-year-old challenger seemed much larger.

Biden, hoarse and displaying little vocal range, was often unable to express his differences with Trump with clarity. At one point, after Biden had trailed off as he defended his record on border security, Trump said: “I really don’t know what he said at the end of that sentence. I don’t think he knows what he said, either.”

Trump, meanwhile, at times repeated his frequent election denialism. He said he’d accept the results of the 2024 election if it’s “fair and legal,” but then repeated his lies about fraud in the 2020 election.

“You’re a whiner, and you lost the first time,” Biden said.

It was the first time either man had debated since 2020, and they made history Thursday night: It was the first time a sitting president and a former president had ever debated. The two clashed over abortion, immigration, foreign policy, inflation and more.

Their showdown took a bitter and personal turn. Biden highlighted Trump’s criminal convictions. Trump responded by invoking Biden’s son, Hunter, who was also recently convicted. Then Biden accused Trump of having sex with porn star Stormy Daniels while Trump’s wife was pregnant.

“I didn’t have sex with a porn star,” Trump said.




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