Suddenly appearing to become television critics, China's Global Times on Wednesday described the debate as "full of personal attacks and disruptions which jeopardized the audience's viewing experience".
The State run outlet described the debate as "epitome of U.S. chaos," and a "representation of the sharp division within U.S. society."
The piece also covered "racial issues", suggesting that they "are triggered by the fundamental divergences over US values and where the US heads within its society."
"Such divergences are implacable. What is worse, the US leadership is intensifying the divergences, making conflicts between different races more difficult to resolve," the article proclaimed.
Given the communist Chinese government's fondness of internment camps for Uyghur Muslims, using them as forced slave labor based on their ethnicity, which was even mentioned in the article, it is hardly in a position to lecture America about "racial issues".
Another state publication, The People's Daily, got in on the act, lamenting on how bad it feels for Americans because their politicians won't make nice with communist China.
"The US can neither achieve lasting unity by "making" foreign enemies at the expense of America's own interests nor deceive the public for a long time by playing a dangerous game of misleading the world about its relationship with China, as truth will come to light sooner or later," the article proclaimed.
"It should be noted that the extreme words and deeds of the US for grabbing attention and gaining private profits will harm the country's future," the piece also threatened.