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Sean Spicer: The President’s Best Moments Came Later in the Debate

Spicer, a former White House press secretary during the Trump administration and now a Newsmax TV host of Spicer & Co has long stressed the early moments are the most impactful.

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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said President Trump’s best points in the debate came later and therefore were less impactful.

“Unfortunately, a lot of his really good points came toward the latter end of the debate,” Spicer said in the Newsmax TV debate recap. “His point on taxes, his point on his record, he hit him really hard.

By all accounts, the second and final presidential debate moderated by Kristin Welker, was a little calmer than the first one that featured Trump and Biden name-calling and talking over each other.

Spicer, a former White House press secretary during the Trump administration and now a Newsmax TV host of Spicer & Co has long stressed the early moments are the most impactful.

Spicer said Trump landed some big blows as the debate wore on. “I just wonder how many people stayed through that part of the debate. “I think once the fireworks weren’t there, how many of them stayed through?” Spicer noted.

The Hunter Biden story that the New York Post broke last week did not dominate the debate like many though it would. Mr. Biden deflected the issue by declaring that Trump did not want to talk about substantive issues.

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Laura Ingraham Admits President Trump Lost the 2020 Election

“In what was perhaps the most consequential tweet sent since election day, President Trump gave the go-ahead for the transition,” Ingraham said. “And as unpleasant and disappointing as these past three weeks have been to so many of us, as much as we wish things were different, this is where things stand tonight.”

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Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham repeatedly claimed to the 2020 election was rigged.

However, as days go by, there’s no substantial evidence to their claim, which is why Ingraham is coming to terms with the reality that President Trump lost the election to Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden on her show “The Ingraham Angle.”

“In what was perhaps the most consequential tweet sent since election day, President Trump gave the go-ahead for the transition,” Ingraham said. “And as unpleasant and disappointing as these past three weeks have been to so many of us, as much as we wish things were different, this is where things stand tonight.”

“Now, legal challenges continue in a number of states. Serious questions about vote counting, poll watcher access are outstanding. But unless the legal situation changes in a dramatic and frankly unlikely manner, Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th.”

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MSNBC to Air Barack Obama DocuSeries

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MSNBC is ready to roll out a four-part docuseries chronicling the 44th president’s time in office entitled “Obama,” with the series airing this Friday with episode one and the remaining episodes airing on Saturday evening.

The docuseries is also coming off the heels of the former president’s two interviews on CBS “This Morning” and “60 Minutes.” These appearances are part of his press tour for his memoir, “A Promised Land,” which was released last week and is on track to become the best-selling presidential memoir of all time.

Former President Obama hit the campaign trail to endorse Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden leading up to the 2020 election. “Obama” will follow Obama’s presidency from his candidacy to the Tea Party movement’s organized opposition and the era’s domestic, international crises.

Furthermore, the series will contain interviews with journalists who covered Barack Obama during his tenure as president. Along with the media members, the docuseries includes members of his inner political circle and congressional leaders.

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Pete Hegseth Talks About Breaking Into Television

Hegseth, once a member of the Army National Guard, was in the running to head the United States Department of Veteran Affairs before he became engulfed in an adultery controversy. He explains that his military experience was a catalyst for his television career.

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Former military veteran and current host of Fox & Friends Weekend, Pete Hegseth, shared his thoughts about his journey to host a national television show, the problem with higher education, and how social media prevents independent thinking, in a recent conversation with Bobby Burack of Outkick.

Hegseth wrote a book called Modern Warriors which is due to be released on Tuesday. “I think readers across the spectrum will enjoy it as it reminds them why America is such a special country,” Hegseth said. “I’m not really asking questions – I’m facilitating the discussion. What’s cool about these guys is that they get really comfortable.”  

Hegseth, once a member of the Army National Guard, was in the running to head the United States Department of Veteran Affairs before he became engulfed in an adultery controversy. He explains that his military experience was a catalyst for his television career.  

“One day they asked, hey have you thought about asking questions instead of answering them?” Shortly after that conversation, the network gave him a chance to host Fox and Friends. “I hadn’t done professional television in that role before. But if you’ve been shot at, reading a teleprompter and asking a couple of questions is not the most stressful thing you’ve ever done in your life.”  

Asked about his Ivy League education, Hegseth said that “he’s sending his degree back to Harvard and telling them that they can keep it. The challenge is getting these parents to wake up and stop sending their kids back to these schools.” 

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