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Democrats defend Biden's dismal debate performance across Sunday morning shows

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Several of President Biden's allies took to the Sunday morning shows to defend the president after what many considered a devastating debate performance.

The first presidential debate between Biden and former President Trump left many Democrats in the media shocked and dismayed at the president’s performance. Biden’s raspy voice and rambling answers raised concerns over the president’s age and mental state and whether he could serve another four years.

Some media outlets and Democratic figures have even called on Biden to step aside and let another Democrat take the party's spot at the top of the ticket.

However, some Democrats sought to defend the president, attacking Trump, CNN and even wavering Democrats in the process.


Fetterman recalls ‘difficult’ first debate defending Biden

During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Sen. John Fetterman, D-Penn., called out editorial boards like the New York Times and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for demanding Biden drop out of the race.

Fetterman referenced his own lackluster 2022 debate against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz following his stroke, suggesting that one performance was not the end of the world.

"There's no value in, in any of those things. I mean, there was that same kind of a freak out after my

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