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Biden debate debacle: 10 eye-opening media responses, from MSNBC panic to 'The View' calling for replacement

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The first debate of the 2024 presidential campaign didn't go to plan for President Biden. If the goal was to assuage concerns about his age and viability, it couldn't have gone worse.

Shortly after the debate began and Biden began his notably halting, unsure and raspy performance, the takes began pouring in, and it didn't get better in the aftermath.

From calls to step aside from the nomination to outright emotional reactions from his fervent supporters, here are 10 of the most eye-opening media responses to Biden's debate showing:


MSNBC’s Joy Reid says Democrats ‘approaching panic’


MSNBC host Joy Reid appeared downtrodden as she said her phone was buzzing with Obamaworld and Bidenworld figures frantically texting her with concerns that Biden appeared "extremely feeble and weak," adding that his performance left many in his own party rattled heading into November.

"My phone really never stopped buzzing throughout. And the universal reaction was somewhere approaching panic," Reid said.

"The people who were texting with me were very concerned about President Biden seeming extremely feeble, seeming extremely weak," she continued. "Joe Biden’s job was to reassure them tonight. His job was to calm his party, to make them feel that, ‘Yes, I can do this. I have four

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