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Debate audience breaks into laughter after Hot Microphone Snafu



The crowd at the first democratic presidential debate in Wednesday's Wednesday night broke out in laughter when the microphones of some ABC presenters stayed on while they were backstage.

As candidates, questions were asked about NBC's gun control Chuck Todd Charles (Chuck) David ToddDer Hill's 12:30 Report: Anticipation high before first debate Supreme Leader: US negotiation offer with Iran a "scam" 9/1

1 First Aider says No meeting is scheduled with Trump MORE the previous presenters were listening in the background and said, "I have to go to the bathroom" and "Someone has my wallet."

The Candidates, Todd and his presenter colleague Rachel Maddow Rachel Anne MaddowThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Anticipation of the First Debate In the primary debate, the candidates have not been sexual for over 20 years Harassment Measures Asked: Report Mainstream Debate 2020: Everything You Need to Know Before the First Democratic Showdown MORE seemed puzzled for a moment when the comments were broadcast on the speakers throughout the arena before it became clear that it was a hot microphone problem acted.

"We are when the control room could turn off the microphones of our previous presenters," Todd said, laughing.

After explaining the problem, the entire arena, including the contestants, burst into laughter.

"We have prepared everything, we have not prepared for it," Maddow intervened before the debate became a commercial break while the technical problem was resolved.

The problem was quickly resolved and the debate continued, but social media users jumped quickly to the flaw, which represented a lighter moment in the midst of heated political discussions.

The problem was also noticed by President Trump Fighting with House & # 39; teflon Don & # 39; avoids the contempt for the & # 39; family values ​​& # 39; GOP – again MORE which tore it as evidence that NBC is a "fake news organization".


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