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Donald Trump complains that moderator of the latest debate Kristen Welker will be ‘extremely unfair’

Donald Trump complains to the Wisconsin public that the last debate moderator Kristen Welker will be “ extremely unfair ” for meeting Joe Biden for the last time on the debate stage

  • President Donald Trump began setting the table claiming that the latest presidential debate will be unfair
  • During a campaign stop Saturday night in Wisconsin, he attacked the moderator, Kristen Welker of NBC News
  • “I’ve known her for a long time, she’s extremely dishonest, but that’s okay,” Trump said

President Donald Trump began setting the table to claim that the latest presidential debate will be unfair and attacked moderator Kristen Welker at his Saturday night rally in Janesville, Wisconsin.

“I’ve known her for a long time, she’s extremely dishonest, but that’s okay,” the president complained to the crowd. She deleted her entire account. I ask myself why? I can not imagine it. ‘

Welker deactivated her Twitter account Friday shortly after Steve Scully, C-SPAN’s Steve Scully, who should moderate the canceled second presidential debate, was to lead on administrative leave after lying about a tweet sent to Trump critic Anthony Scaramucci to ask for advice.

President Donald Trump lashed out at NBC's Kristen Welker, saying she will be `` extremely unfair '' if she moderates the last presidential debate on Thursday, where Trump will take on Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

President Donald Trump lashed out at NBC’s Kristen Welker, saying she will be “ extremely unfair ” if she moderates the last presidential debate on Thursday, where Trump will take on Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Kristen Welker of NBC News was selected to moderate the October 22 presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee. The president alleged that Welker had deleted her Twitter account. She paused after debate moderator Steve Scully was put on leave for lying about a tweet

Kristen Welker of NBC News was selected to moderate the October 22 presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee. The president alleged that Welker had deleted her Twitter account. She paused after debate moderator Steve Scully was put on leave for lying about a tweet

Kristen Welker of NBC News was selected to moderate the October 22 presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee. The president alleged that Welker had deleted her Twitter account. She paused after debate moderator Steve Scully was put on leave for lying about a tweet

Trump had contacted Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel program and called Scully a “ Never Trumper. ”

On Saturday, Welker’s Twitter account was turned back on.

An NBC spokesperson told DailyMail.com that it “ consulted them internally, made sure there was two-factor authentication and turned it back on. ”

The president had previously been complimentary of Welker, congratulate her at a press conference in Davos, Switzerland in January for being promoted to weekend ‘Today’ anchor.

On Saturday, Trump didn’t name Scully, but instead pointed a finger at NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, who moderated Thursday night’s city hall with the president in Miami, which took the place of the second debate.

“We did really well the other day with a person I knew was even more unfair, Savannah,” Trump told the crowd.

Trump then suggested that Guthrie had disappeared after City Hall, despite anchoring the ‘Today’ show the next day.

“In fact, no one has seen Savannah for two days, what happened to Savannah?” Trump said.

But she jumped out of her seat a bit, she was just flying. Like, “I told you, I told you,” he said, trying to impersonate the presenter of ‘Today’.

The president also complained about Fox News Sunday presenter Chris Wallace and the way he handled Trump’s first on-stage debating appearance with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Trump and Biden would face each other for the last time on Thursday before the November 3 presidential election in Nashville, Tennessee.

The second debate was scratched after Trump refused to participate virtually after contracting COVID-19.

During Thursday’s town hall with Guthrie, the president couldn’t recall when he last tested negative for the coronavirus before testing positive twice on Oct. 1 – meaning he could have been infected during the initial debate.

The president returned to the campaign trail on Monday.

On his Saturday trip to Michigan and Wisconsin, Trump was with a number of officials who had recently recovered from the virus, including Senator Ron Johnson, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, and Republican National Commission Chairman Ronna Romney McDaniel.

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