While President Donald Trump focused on answering voter questions at his NBC News town hall in Miami on Thursday night, “Today Show” co-anchor and town hall moderator Savannah Guthrie decided her words were better.
While many of the voters asked carefully crafted questions that were focused on Trump’s policy stances concerning hot topics such as COVID-19 and the pandemic, the economy, Obamacare, Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Roe v. Wade, and immigration, Guthrie took it upon herself to interrupt and even steer the question in a different direction.
One example is when a “pro-life millennial” voter asked Trump about protections for mothers with high-risk pregnancies if Roe v. Wade was overturned. Instead of accepting Trump’s answer about the issue, Guthrie chose to press him on Roe v. Wade, asking if he wants to see it overturned.
“I would like to see a brilliant jurist, a brilliant person who has done this in great depth and has actually