President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden spent countless minutes arguing and interrupting each other during the first presidential debate on Sept. 29.
CHRIS WALLACE: Mr. President--
DONALD TRUMP: You're talking about two million people.
CHRIS WALLACE: Mr. President, as the moderator--
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I'm the moderator of this debate, and I would like you to let me ask my question.
JOE BIDEN: I'm not here to call out his lies, everybody knows he's a liar. By the way, maybe you could inject some bleach in your arm and that would take care of it. This is the same man--
DONALD TRUMP: I was saying it sarcastically, and you know that. Graduated last in your class, not first in your class. You graduated either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class. Don't ever use the word smart with me. In 47 months, I've done more than you've done in 47 years. Are you talking about Hunter? Are you talking about Hunter?
JOE BIDEN: I'm talking about my son Beau Biden, you're talking about--
DONALD TRUMP: I don't know-- I don't know Beau. I know Hunter. Hunter got thrown out of the military.
JOE BIDEN: You're the worst president America has ever had.
DONALD TRUMP: Radical left--
JOE BIDEN: Would you shut up, man? Please just shush for a minute. It's hard to get any word with this clown.
DONALD TRUMP: His final question--
JOE BIDEN: The final question is-- I can't remember which of all his rants was the final question.
CHRIS WALLACE: I'm having a little trouble myself. You know, if you want to switch seats we do that. When a president-- I'm going to ask a question.
JOE BIDEN: And this guy--
CHRIS WALLACE: Gentleman, we could say that's the end of it. This is the end of this debate. We're going to leave it there.