Fox and Friends host Ainsley Earhardt has been slammed online after she made some controversial claims...

With the November election less than a month away...

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Tensions have been steadily rising, with Trump refusing to say whether or not he'd accept the results of the 2020 election if he loses.

Of course...

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The peaceful transfer of power between presidents is crucial for democracy.

But now it seems that Fox and Friends host Ainsley Earhardt has come under fire.

With Trump's stance on the matter being heavily criticized, Earhardt blamed his predecessor, former president Barack Obama.

Tensions between Trump and Biden have been bubbling for some time now...

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And, during the recent debate, it seemed that their mutual feelings of resentment finally reached a boiling point.

And, in a moment many weren't expecting...

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Biden suddenly lashed out at President Trump when he continued to speak over him.

While many have criticized Biden for his unprofessionalism...

Others have applauded the candidate, noting that he "said to Trump what they've been wanting to say for the last 4 years."

And that was far from the only thing that caused a big reaction...

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If the debate couldn't be more eyebrow-raising, President Trump also dropped a racial slur. 

Now, there were many eye-opening moments from the ninety-minute debate.

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For example...

The President was grilled on the newly surfaced allegations regarding his income tax.

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Asked if it was true that he paid just $750 in income tax in 2016, as reported by The New York Times last week, Trump said, without hesitation: "I paid millions of dollars in taxes, of income tax." Biden used this opportunity to ask for evidence of these tax payments, adding that Trump "takes advantage of the tax code."

Trump was also asked to condemn white supremacist groups...

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But instead chose to focus on the left. He said: "Sure I'm willing to do that, but almost everything I see is from the left-wing. I'm willing to do anything. I want to see peace." And, when asked to give this group of people a name, he responded with "Proud Boys." Proud Boys, a neo-Nazi organization, appeared to use Trump's "stand back, stand by" call in a new logo posted on Telegram shortly after the debate.

The President did provide some good news with regards to a coronavirus vaccine, however.

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When Biden pointed out that 200,000 Americans have died during the pandemic as a result of the President's "lack of plan", Trump retaliated by insisting that "millions would have died if Biden was in charge." He then added that the US is "weeks away" from a vaccine, and his administration had done a "great job."

Biden's son, Hunter, was then dragged back into the firing line.

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The President brought up Biden's son, claiming the mayor of Moscow's wife gave him millions of dollars and raising questions over his links with Ukraine. He also mentioned Hunter's drug problems.

Clearly, his words about Hunter hit a nerve with Biden.

"His family we can talk about all night," Biden clapped back, adding that "it's hard to get any word in with this clown - excuse me, this person". The pair also clashed over Biden's now-deceased son, Beau, and his military service.

The insults continued to flow.

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"Everything he's saying here is simply a lie, everybody knows he's a liar," Biden said during an exchange about healthcare. He also called Trump "the worst president this country has ever had."

And, of course, President Trump didn't take them quietly.

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Not to be outdone, Trump got in plenty of digs as well, firing at his opponent: "There's nothing smart about you Joe. Forty-seven years, you've done nothing."

But, out of their many valiant attempts to slander one another...

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One of Biden's comments stood out.

Now, not everyone was too impressed...

With many finding the moment to be "unprofessional" on Biden's part.

However, on the other hand...

People have found a whole new level of respect for Biden, and have even called his words the "highlight" of the evening.

Because, as you may have already heard...

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Biden actually told the president to "shut up."

Yep, it's something many dream of doing one day.

The moment came during the first segment of the debate on the topic of the Supreme Court.

The pair continued to talk over each other as Wallace tried - unsuccessfully - to keep them in line.

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Wallace asked Biden if he was willing to tell the American people whether he supported either ending the Senate filibuster or adding more justices to the bench. Biden responded by saying he would not take a position on the issue and instead urged people to go out and vote.

But, as Biden was talking...

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Trump repeatedly asked him, "Are you going to pack the court?" "He doesn't want to answer the question," Trump said. "I'm not going to answer the question," Biden responded. "Why won't he answer the question?" Trump said as he continued to talk over his opponent.

Biden, unable to complete his answer, then shut his eyes and said exasperatedly, "Would you shut up, man?"

He then followed up with, "This is so unpresidential," after which Wallace ended the segment.

But, perhaps one of the most shocking moments?

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Donald Trump actually dropped a racial slur... on live TV.

While debating the Supreme Court and whether Amy Coney Barret should be confirmed before Election Day...

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Things took a very ugly turn.

Viewers were clearly outraged:

Biden briefly mentioned that he beat Bernie Sanders in the primary...

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To which Trump responded with: “If Pocahontas would've left 2 days early, you would've lost every primary on Super Tuesday," referring to his Democratic opponent at the time, Senator Elizabeth Warren. “You got very lucky."

Trump’s “Pocahontas" comment went unremarked upon at the time...

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But, the remark, of course, referred to Warren and the controversy she faced back in 2018, when she repeatedly claimed Native American ancestry.

At the time, Trump publicly accused Warren of falsely claiming her heritage.

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And, as a result, Warren went as far as taking a DNA test to prove it.

The results confirmed that she does indeed has Native American roots, though very distantly.

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After the DNA tests were revealed, Trump said: “I can no longer call her Pocahontas, because she has no Indian blood."

For those who don't know...

The term as well as the character of "Pocahontas" is a stereotypical and inaccurate depiction of a real-life Indigenous woman. Born in 1596, Pocahontas's real name was actually Amonute, she belonged to the Pamunkey tribe, and was nothing like her portrayal in the movies.

Warren has since apologized for taking the DNA test altogether, acknowledging the harm she had done to the community.

Warren was accused at the time of using this distant heritage for political gain. “I know that I have made mistakes. I am sorry for the harm that I have caused. I have listened and I have learned," she said.

But, the fact that Trump brought up the racial slur yet again last night...

Proves he hasn't learned or apologized for his behavior.

Debate aside, and it seems that worry is building over Trump breaking the "peaceful transition of power" if he loses.

But, those who tuned into Fox this week had rather a shock.

The hosts of Fox & Friends claimed that Obama had actually refused a peaceful transfer of power.

"We keep hearing everyone say peaceful transition of power. And that's what's supposed to happen from one president to the next. But that's not at all what happened, according to these documents. There was so much chaos, and you hear from the Democrats we need peaceful transition. And they did not allow that to happen in 2016 and 2017," Earhardt said.

The host claimed that the Obama administration's investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 election was tantamount to a refusal of a peaceful transfer.

And soon enough, Trump had taken to Twitter to raise a similar point.

But, many are saying that Earhardt's claims are simply not true.

On Inauguration Day in January 2017, the Obamas welcomed then-President-elect Donald Trump and Melania Trump at the White House, attended his inauguration, and vacated the premises under a new President, continuing a peaceful transfer of power.

And outrage has ensued...

Reactions to the clip have been well and truly pouring in.

You can watch the clip below.

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