CONCHA: Savannah Guthrie asked Trump WAY more questions than voters during NBC’s VOTER town hall and here’s why

Last night during NBC’s town hall with President Trump, where voters were supposed to get the opportunity to ask Trump questions, media reporter Joe Concha reveals that host Savannah Guthrie asked Trump over four times more questions than she allowed the voters to ask:

Concha said he counted 43 questions by Guthrie, where as the voters only got to ask 10. And Concha said this doesn’t include all the statements she kept making through the town hall.

Concha added “Savannah Guthrie was there, not to inform voters in this case, but instead to pacify NBC employees who were mad that the town hall was even being held in the first place, and hollywood celebrities, a 100 of them who even wrote a letter saying this event cannot go on. So it was a farce as we probably expected because this is the movie we’ve seen over and over again during these town hall debates.”

‘NBC employees’ and ‘100 celebrities’ was evidently the pressure that Ben Smith was talking about yesterday when he said there’s “enormous pressure on NBC now to make this thing a nightmare for Trump”:

And that’s exactly what Guthrie tried to do. Last night Ari Fleischer, who was watching the Biden town hall, noted the stark difference in the town halls after he switched over NBC during a commercial break:

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