Debate Commission Admits: Trump Had Audio Issues During First Debate


Charlie Spiering reports for BREITBART that the commission on presidential debates now admits there were problems with Donald Trump’s audio during his first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.

“Regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding Donald Trump’s audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall,” the Commission on Presidential Debates said in a carefully worded email to reporters, according to BREITBART.

After finishing the debate, Trump insisted in the spin room that his microphone was “defective.” “They gave me a defective mic!” he told reporters, speculating whether it was “on purpose.”

When Clinton was asked about Trump’s complaint, she dismissed it as proof he flunked his first debate. “Anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night,” she said to reporters.



  1. The most important part are the nonverbal

    the focus

    the consistent tone

    the vibes

    of a statesman

    without [him] appearing unnatural or forced

    Avoid these extraneous distractions

    Trump better improve or he’ll be in trouble

  2. Of course it was on purpose. The sneaky DemocRats sabotaged him with the Dart Vader microphone. That makes a huge difference with the superficial American public – if the American public would listen to the actual message as opposed to the presentation, Hillary and Hussein would never have a chance to be elected.