Moment Joe Biden tells President Trump 'Will you SHUT UP man' in heated debate clash

JOE Biden told Donald Trump "Will you shut up man" during a heated exchange in their first debate.

After 20 minutes of constant bickering and interrupting by the president, an exasperated Biden tells Trump to quit it and let him carry on with a sentence.

"Let people know-" Biden says as Trump interrupts him: "He's not going to answer the question."

Wallace had asked Biden whether he would support ending the filibuster some senators have said they are pursuing should Trump's SCOTUS pick of Amy Coney Barrett receive the votes necessary to join the justice bench.

Biden instead said it's time for people to get out and vote if they are unhappy with how he says Republicans are conducting themselves following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's death.

"I'm not going to answer the question," Biden says as Trump inaudibly interrupts.

"Because the question is-" Biden says as more crosstalk from Trump drowns the vice president out.

"The radical left," Trump is heard saying.

"Will you shut up man?" Biden asks Trump.

Despite efforts from moderator Chris Wallace in the previous 20 minutes leading up to that point, crosstalk and bickering continued unleashed.

"That was a really productive segment. Keep yappin', man," Biden is then heard telling Trump following more interruption.

Wallace then cuts them both off, by saying they have ended the segment and will be moving onto COVID-19.

"Which is an awfully serious subject," Wallace said of COVID-19. "So let's try to be serious about it."

Biden's line immediately started trending on Twitter, where thousands of users started cracking jokes about how the debate was going in general.

Charles Booker, who ran against Amy McGrath in the Democratic primary to unseat Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, tweeted "“Will you shut up man?” – America."

"Where can I get a bumper sticker that says “Will you shut up, man?"" tweeted University of Michigan law professor and NBC News legal analyst Barb McQuade.

Even Anthony Scaramucci, former White House Communications Director for Trump for ten days, joined in.

"'Will you shut up, man?' couldn’t have been said any better," he tweeted.

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