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Chris Wallace, Steve Scully among debate moderators

The choices are not too bad, all things considered. I mean, it’s not like they were going to let Sean Hannity moderate one of them.

The first debate is just four weeks away. Note that the first one, which will be moderated by Wallace, tends to get the most viewers.

According to the Washington Examiner:

Chris Wallace of Fox News, Steve Scully of C-SPAN, and Kristen Welker of NBC will reportedly moderate the three scheduled presidential debates between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced their choice of moderators on Tuesday.

Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, will moderate the first debate scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 29 on Cleveland, Ohio.

Scully, host of C-SPAN call-in program Washington Journal, will moderate the second debate scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 15 in Miami, Florida.

Welker, a White House correspondent for NBC, will moderate the third debate scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 22 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The debate commission also announced that Susan Page, Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today, will moderate the vice-presidential debate between Vice President Pence and California Sen. Kamala Harris scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 7 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2 thoughts on “Chris Wallace, Steve Scully among debate moderators”

  1. Chris Wallace is hardly impartial…the first thing he said after Trump’s convention speech was that he was “incredibly flat” and “not at his best tonight,” etc. etc.

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