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Time now for a look at who's talking and the moderator of the first presidential debate.
GM -- he's talking this morning the PBS host.
Facing criticism after the debate for what some said was being too light with the candidates and not challenging them and our answers.
Well last night he was on Hannity and he responded.
I felt bad for you.
After the debate a lot of criticism heaped on you you know did you feel about that.
Well you know I'm not to really keen on criticism just is a federal plant that the but.
That was right at the beginning the criticism is pretty much since.
Gone away now because people realize.
That to spin doesn't work if you see everybody's seen the event 67 million people watched it 67 million other people.
Reacted to it's all excerpts to have all of that so they know what they saw and two.
So -- everybody's pretty well.
Chilled out on this and nobody is blaming me for to have -- me for anything.
And the format is what made what made.
It possible whatever happened some people think it could look at in a positive way some people look at and a negative way we'll however the fact of matter is.
It was the format.
And all I did was implement the format which was a wide open an op opportunity for the candidates to directly addressing which was -- -- -- ahead of time -- people are nonpartisan.
Also criticize me because I didn't.
I didn't follow up I didn't -- challenge people.
We see the whole my whole point laws on the conventional point and I was implementing what they wanted to -- -- the enthusiastically agreed with.
What if there was going to be any challenging the candidates were going to have to do it themselves yet.
They're also said that he thinks this debate will forever change debates from being less controlled to more open.
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