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Chris Wallace says Biden blew 'a big hole' in Trump's 'mentally shot' claim with DNC acceptance speech

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"And yes, Biden was reading from the teleprompter and a prepared speech, but I thought that he blew a hole, a big hole, in that characterization."BIDEN ACCEPTS DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION"It seems to me that after tonight, Donald Trump will have to run against a candidate, not a caricature," Wallace added.After Biden finished his remarks, in which he promised to restore the "soul of America" and deliver the nation from "darkness," Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier praised Biden as "the best he's been" during the topsy-turvy campaign."He's not known for his public speaking, but this -- after seeing him speak on the stump many, many times -- was the best he's been as far as his delivery," Baier said.HUNTER BIDEN MAKES RARE APPEARANCE WITH DNC REMARKS"He obviously started off very pointed against President Trump, something that people didn't know whether he was going to do or not, saying that character is on the ballot; compassion is on the ballot; decency, science, democracy, they're all on the ballot..."CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPIn his remarks, Biden cited four major crises facing America: the coronavirus pandemic, the accompanying economic downturn, climate change and the demands for racial justice from communities who, as he put it, "know the injustice of a knee on the neck.""This is what he needed to do with this crowd and the crowd around the country," Baier said, "but the question [is], was it enough to affect this race and give him a bounce?"Fox News' Marisa Schultz contributed to this report.Get all the stories you need-to-know from the most powerful name in news delivered first thing every morning to your inboxSubscribedYou've successfully subscribed to this newsletter!This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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