The first presidential debate was an "exhausting" spectacle that provided little clarity to undecided voters, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. told "Your World" on Wednesday.
"It was exhausting even to watch, much less participate in," Paul told host Neil Cavuto.
Paul urged the Commission on Presidential Debates to switch to an interview-style format for the remaining events after the commission announced earlier Wednesday it would be making changes in order to “ensure” a “more orderly discussion” of issues.
"Don't put them in the same room, but really try to get a little bit more of an in-depth conversation and challenge them and push them to answer questions more completely."
Turning to the substance of the debate, Paul singled out Biden's refusal to say whether he would "pack" the Supreme Court if he won the election and Democrats regained the Senate as a "pretty important" moment.