Trump clashes with Chris Wallace: 'I guess I'm debating you' not Biden

President Trump clashed with debate moderator Chris Wallace during the first presidential debate on Tuesday.

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CHRIS WALLACE: Mr. President, the Supreme Court will hear a case a week after the election in which the Trump administration, along with 18 state attorneys general, are seeking to overturn--

DONALD TRUMP: That's right.

CHRIS WALLACE: --Obamacare, to end Obamacare. You have spent the last--

DONALD TRUMP: Because they want to give good health care.

CHRIS WALLACE: If I may ask a question, sir.

JOE BIDEN: Good health care.

CHRIS WALLACE: Over the last four years, you have promised to repeal and replace Obamacare, but you have never in these four years come up with a plan, a comprehensive plan--

DONALD TRUMP: Yes, I have.

CHRIS WALLACE: --replace Obamacare.

DONALD TRUMP: Of course I have.


DONALD TRUMP: I got rid of the individual mandate.

CHRIS WALLACE: When I finish, I'm going to give you an opportunity--

DONALD TRUMP: Excuse me, I got rid of the individual mandate, which was a big--

CHRIS WALLACE: That is not a comprehensive plan.

DONALD TRUMP: That is absolutely a big thing. That was the worst part as Obamacare.


DONALD TRUMP: Chris, that was the worst part of Obama--

CHRIS WALLACE: You're debating him, not me. Let me ask my question.

DONALD TRUMP: Well, I'll ask Joe.


DONALD TRUMP: The individual mandate was the most unpopular aspect of Obamacare.

CHRIS WALLACE: Mr. President--

DONALD TRUMP: I got rid of it.

CHRIS WALLACE: I'd like you to--

DONALD TRUMP: And we will protect people with pre-existing conditions.

CHRIS WALLACE: I'm a moderator in this debate, and I would like you to let me ask my question and then you can answer.


CHRIS WALLACE: You, in the course of these four years, have never come up with a comprehensive plan to replace Obamacare. And just this last Thursday, you signed a largely symbolic executive order to protect people with pre-existing conditions five days before this debate. So my question, sir, is what is the Trump health care plan?

DONALD TRUMP: Well, first of all, I guess I'm debating you, not him. But that's OK. I'm not surprised.