"They fight! They fight! They fight!" the voiceover in The Lincoln Project ad says as apes fight on screen.
This isn't the first time Trump's been pushed to condemn hate groups and in 2016, Scott said any candidate that doesn't immediately condemn a hate group like the KKK doesn't represent the Republican Party.
"One of my prayers is that the Republicans will take back their party," the House of Representatives speaker said.
"If hearing that this debate is over was music to your ears, you may not be alone," NBC anchor Lester Holt told viewers, adding, "I'm at a bit of a loss for words."
An surge of new paid political ads on Facebook attacking Trump's opponent sparked to life on Wednesday after the president clashed with the Democratic candidate during a debate in Ohio.
Entrepreneurs are making the most of the popularity of Biden's standout quote from the first presidential debate.
The veteran journalist said Trump is unable to fulfill the job of a president, which is to "protect the people, tell the truth, provide some sort of moral compass."
During the first presidential debate, Trump said far-right white supremacist groups should "stand back and stand by."
Outspoken anti-Trump celebrities had a strong reaction to the remarks with Alyssa Milano labeling the incumbent a "f****** racist" while Jim Gaffigan called him a "racist pig."
Biden supporters and Trump critics could relate to Biden's "will you shut up, man?" line as many viewers grew tired of the president interrupting.
Twitter erupted with harsh words for Wallace last night, with many lambasting the anchor for presiding over a chaotic debate and favoring Rogan's interview style.
Here's why the debate sparked chatter about moderator Chris Wallace, white supremacists and "law and order."
Trump's performance is likely to excite his supporters, who are drawn to his bulldog approach, while Biden laid to rest questions about his mental sharpness and energy levels.
President Donald Trump addressed the recent New York Times report on his tax returns during his first debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday.
Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden repeatedly called out President Donald Trump during the pair's first debate on Tuesday night, while Trump repeatedly attempted to interrupt the former vice president.
"This debate will go down in HISTORY," the letter from President Donald Trump's Tuesday fundraising letter read.
Averages of national polls on Tuesday showed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump by 7 percentage points.
Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, released their 2019 returns ahead of Tuesday's presidential debate.
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
In a list of 17 questions the Trump campaign wants Democratic nominee Joe Biden to answer in Tuesday's debate, their first targets Biden's son Hunter's previous financial transactions.
Both candidates have been accused of taking drugs but there's no evidence to suggest either them are.
In the Morning Consult poll, 54 percent of Americans said that Biden was capable of leading the country and 52 percent said he is mentally fit—higher marks than for Trump.
"Leadership is not just about sitting in the pilot's seat. It's about knowing what you're doing, and taking responsibility for it," Sullenberger says in the political ad. "Being prepared, ready and able to handle anything that might come your way."
Biden's seven-point lead is the most sizeable advantage a presidential candidate has seen since Clinton's re-election nearly 25 years ago.
Meet the Fox News anchor moderating the first presidential debate of the 2020 election.
The first presidential debate will see Trump and Biden discuss six topics, including the integrity of the election.
The presidential candidates will discuss six topics, including the coronavirus pandemic and race and violence in cities, over 90 minutes.
According to Oddschecker.com, Biden is currently the favorite to win the debate, to be held at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio.
"I'm prepared to go out and make my case as to why I think he's failed," the Democratic presidential nominee said.