Debate organizers admit ‘issues’with Trump microphone


WASHINGTON, D.C.: When Donald Trump complained about his microphone after his televised presidential debate Monday with Hillary Clinton, few people believed him – viewers had no trouble understanding his words. But on Friday, the well-respected Commission on Presidential Debates said that in fact, the Republican candidate was right. “Regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding Donald Trump’s audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall,” the commission said on its website, without elaborating. In that terse phrase the independent group thus confirmed that Trump was right in denouncing the quality of his microphone, even if his initial complaint was met with widespread derision and disbelief.



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