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Presidential debate: Trump muted while discussing health care
While discussing health care, President Trump was the first to be muted at the final presidential debate.
On Thursday night, after attending the second and final presidential debate, golfer John Daly was willing to answer questions about the experience. Only one problem:
“At after party loud as (expletive) kid rock singing,’’ he texted.
So the texting continued with the colorful, two-time major winner who is a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump.
Before Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took the stage at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., Daly and Kid Rock created a small stir when they took their seats inside the Curb Event Center, where the debate was held.
Daly, who showed up in a red-white-and-blue, stars-and-stripes blazer, said he was there at the invitation of the president.
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“Trump is my friend I’ve known since 92 so I call him DADDY TRUMP,” Daly texted.
Before the debate, Daly said, he “got to hang’’ with the president for about 10 minutes.
“He…praised me so nice at roundtable in front of some great business people raised at least 8 million today.’’
What were the highlights of Trump’s remarks at the roundtable?
“His love for our country he just wants to help people.’’
Daly did not sound concerned how Trump’s remarks might sit with a divided country.
“He’s the president if 51 percent love him than he’s awesome which he is.’’
And Daly’s prediction for Election Day on Nov. 3?
“Trump wins and it ends cause he’s like me and Jesus we love everyone.’’