Speaking on Fox News, Wallace joked they he still had PTSD from Tuesday night's debate between Trump and Joe Biden. “It became clearer and clearer over time that this was something different, and that the president was determined to try to butt in and throw Joe Biden off," Wallace said. "I saw (a) Fox analysis that indicates the president interrupted either Biden’s answers or my questions a total of 145 times, which is way more than one a minute...He bears the primary responsibility for what happened on Tuesday." Wallace compared Tuesday night to baking a cake and Trump stepping on it. "I was really hoping for the for the debate but I think America wanted to see, which was a serious exchange of views,” he said. “I felt like I had gotten together all of the ingredients. I had the baked this beautiful delicious cake. And then, frankly, the President put his foot in it, and that was frustrating. And it was frustrating for me because I tried hard to prepare for a serious debate, much more frustrating and more importantly for the American people because they didn’t get the debate they wanted, and that they deserved. And I think that’s, that’s a loss for the country." ALSO: Wallace on cutting off the mics: "It strikes me as a bridge too far."