“First, you were lengthening my nose in attack ads to remind everybody that I’m Jewish,” Ossoff said. “Then when that didn’t work, you started calling me some kind of an Islamic terrorist."
The candidates faced off for some 90 minutes, mostly around the response for COVID-19, the economy, and health insurance.
In her latest podcast episode, Messing reflected on antisemitism's influence on her upbringing and political identity.
Trump repeatedly interrupted Biden during a chaotic and ill-tempered debate on Sept. 29, at one point provoking Biden to snap: "Will you shut up, man?"
Although the two candidates were not sharing a stage, it was immediately clear that the coronavirus pandemic, and Trump's recent bout with COVID-19, would be a major topic at both events.
Though major topics like immigration were skipped over and both Pence and Harris dodged some questions, the debate was considered far more civil than the Trump-Biden debate.
"I'm not going to waste my time on a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do a debate - it's ridiculous, and then they cut you off whenever they want."
Harris criticized Trump for withdrawing from the deal and said it had put the US "in a position where we are less safe."
After Trump tested positive for the coronavirus last week, the two people who would be next in line for the presidency behind two septuagenarians has taken on outsized significance.
Facebook also said that it would respond to candidates or parties making premature claims of victory or contesting declared outcomes by adding labels and notifications with authoritative information.