President Trump returned to the White House from a three-night stay at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for COVID-19.
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, who served as moderator for the debate, said that the president arrived late in Cleveland, which meant it was too late...
Wallace elaborated on what he saw at the debate regarding wearing a mask and social distancing protocols.
In voicing this pre-debate strategy in the lead-up to the highly-anticipated event, Wallace gave the country a tremendous amount of hope.
News radio hosts nationwide offered a range of reaction on Twitter to the news that shook the country overnight.
Hannity suggested that the media has been out to ruin President Trump for the last several years.
"As the next moderator seeks a mute button, America can get away to a LeBron-dominant NBA Finals, the quick-out MLB playoffs and … oops, the NFL...
"The debate was labeled the most tumultuous presidential debate in recent memory."
"The Commission on Presidential Debates plans to make changes to the format of the upcoming presidential debates."
"Most agreed that the theatrics created before the nation produced a whole lot of fireworks, few solutions, and no clear winner."