Moderator Of Second 2020 Presidential Debate Once Worked For Joe Biden, Has Bashed Trump On Social Media

Did you think Chris Wallace of FOX News was a terrible debate moderator? If things go as planned, the next one could be even worse.

The person slated to moderate the second presidential debate of 2020 is a C-Span host named Steve Scully.

Scully once interned for Joe Biden, and has a documented history of bashing Trump on social media.

How is this person even remotely qualified to moderate a debate fairly?

FOX News reports:

Trump campaign calls out second debate moderator who interned for Biden, worked for Ted Kennedy

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President Trump’s campaign is calling out C-SPAN anchor Steve Scully, who’s moderating the second presidential debate, for his ties to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Steve Scully, who serves as a host for C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal,” interned for Biden after coming to Washington, D.C. as a student, according to Marie Claire. He later worked as a staff assistant for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., a Democratic icon who was honored at the party’s 2012 convention.

On Thursday, one of his tweets resurfaced containing a photo of him with Biden. “Gotta love the @VP at the Biden Beach Bash ’16,” it read.

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Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller tweeted in response: “Don’t forget to change before the debate, fellas!”

C-SPAN and The Commission on Presidential Debates did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Take a look at the screen-shot of Scully’s tweet below. This is from 2016:

Here’s another, also from 2016:

This is simply not acceptable.

Would Democrats accept someone who had worked for Trump at one point?

Of course not.



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