President Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden have fiercely clashed in one of the most chaotic and bitter White House debates in years.

 Trump frequently interrupted, prompting  Biden to tell him to "shut up" as the two fought over the pandemic, healthcare and the economy.

The US president was challenged over white supremacist support and refused to condemn a specific far-right group.

KAN's Marrk Weiss asked  Marc Zell, chair of Republicans Overseas Israel, for his take on the debate.