"Here he was much more relaxed. And it was interesting to see him defend his administration, certainly on coronavirus and on a number of other issues, said some really interesting things about Obamacare," Byron York told MacCallum." "[Trump] said that he had basically inherited the carcass of Obamacare and would like to kill it altogether if Republicans could somehow come up with something better, which they haven't been able to do."
"A lot of the political world, not just the Trump campaign, just felt that Biden was kind of left for dead and he just came roaring back to life," York said. "And I think you're going to see on Capitol Hill, especially in the Senate, where Republicans control the Senate. You're going to see some investigating into Hunter Biden, into Burisma, you've already seen Senator Johnson get that started."