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World reaction to US presidential debate: Mockery from China and Russia, concern from allies

America's adversaries didn't just think President Biden got pummeled in Thursday's debate, they claim the United States was the real loser.

Russia, China, Iran and others weighed in after Biden's faltering performance left viewers stunned. Media outlets in those countries, many of which are government-run, seized on the debate debacle to criticize the U.S.

"Every outlet, big and small, carries a piece describing what happened," Rebekah Koffler, a strategic military intelligence analyst and author of "Putin’s Playbook," told Fox News Digital. "Some have more than one. Most of them, if not all, are derogatory of both candidates and mocking America."

"What [Russian President Vladimir] Putin is seeing is that the American Society is deeply fractured and consumed by its own problems," Koffler said. "Putin likely believes that Russia wins either way, no matter who wins, because he expects the U.S. to plunge into chaos in the aftermath of the elections, because the country is so divided and polarized."

"Bottom line, Moscow feels confident that the societal crisis that has engulfed the U.S. is good for Russia," she added.


Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov claimed that Putin "was too bored to wake up and watch the U.S. debate," but that "we have seen media reports about these debates."

Peskov added that the Kremlin has made no attempt to "assess this debate" or make "official conclusions" and insisted that Russia has "never interfered in the election campaigns of the United States."

Outside the Kremlin, Russian media have reportedly touted the debate as a victory for Russia, with Putin positioned to dictate terms in the war in Ukraine –

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