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watch it at 16:50, I've heard other news sources say they have all 40 hours and have many journalists verifying the unedited footage - but this is the only one I could find on youtube for proof.
But I'm sure they've had time to verify it now, 10 journalists watching 4 hours of footage each. If something was wrong with it, it would be headline news now.
originally posted by: GoShredAK
Trump needed to leave it all out on that stage and crush Hillary, proving she is crooked and unfit to hold the office. He did not do so, and I feel it has cost him the election.
originally posted by: introvert
originally posted by: xstealth
a reply to: introvert
The episode before the one I posted, he said that they have the 40 hours complete unedited footage and are still reviewing it. I can't find that one on youtube right now, maybe someone will post it today.
So you don't have evidence then.
I gave evidence and you don't want to accept it.
Even if they announce tonight that all 40 hours of footage has been verified, you still wouldn't accept it.
You're ran by confirmation bias.
originally posted by: reldra
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: reldra
Well of course she won. She was always going to according to you.
I will wait for others to claim Trump won by a landslide.
Then, eventually the truth will meet between the two camps and we will discover yet again that the MSM is snuggly in Clinton's circus.
This whole thing is one big farcical bucket of poo.
I never said she was always going to win this debate. I know you think you sound neutral and or smart with those comments, but that is not true either.
Shirley you jest...It was a slam dunk by Trump, again...Sure, hillary rambled on endlessly...The only thing hillary could be pinned down on was HOW she was going to improve the economy and pay for her half a trillion dollar new social programs...She's going to massively tax the rich people and corporations...And with this windfall, she's going to create a bunch of 'make work' projects...Just like Roosevelt did at the end of the Great Depression...
originally posted by: reldra
This will be a discussion for about a week.
Trump behaved more normally than he usually does. He was coached well. But, he doubled down on vetted lies he stated in past debates.
He loudy talked over the moderator too many times.
He lost more women voters by doubling down on being pro life and that he wants to appoint Supreme Court Justices that will overturn Roe V. Wade.
He sounded shaky on 'Foreign hot spots'. He sounded like he was making some things up. Clinton definitely knows a lot more about foreign policy.
In regard to taxes, Trump's plan will raise the debt and make it harder on the middle class and the poor. I heard, during the tax discussion , Trump say , "Such a nasty woman". He interrupted many times during that.
Toward the end, Trump started losing control.
Clinton definitely won, possibly not by such a wide margin as before, but she definitely won. Trump was simply triained to act a little better.
Clinton gave better answers than she has before.
He still spoke in non-facts and bad plans. He ends with saying he will do more for African Americans and Latinos...so delusional.
The moderator did a fine job. He was aggressive with both candidates.
originally posted by: Bluntone22
Well as an unbiased observer,,,
I say that because I didn't waste the time watching.
Everybody says the person that they support on every thread won the debate.
So in conclusion, nobody won.
originally posted by: thepixelpusher
a reply to: Annee
That link is to a site for registered users only, so couldn't read it. I hope you understand that by Hillary verifying the timing by speaking of it publicly is unprecedented. It's classified no matter what information is out there publicly. You must not have bothered to listen to the Retired General opinion on the video link I posted. Listen first, then respond. I posted that link for informational purposes pertinent to this.
Based on discussion that occurred during the MSNBC segment about the steps leading up to the use of nukes, the article focused on the "timeline" of nuclear events based on an anecdote from 1979: All those steps leave something like eight minutes from the first call to the White House to the last moment at which the president can act. Much of those eight minutes is lost to the task of informing the president. The first call to the White House isn’t to the president, of course. It is to a person designated by the president for this task. (Well, probably the military assistant to that person — another minute ticks off the clock.) In November 1979, that person was Zbigniew Brzezinski — then-President Jimmy Carter’s national security advisor and father to Mika, who was sitting next to Scarborough, solemnly shaking her head at the idea of Trump with the bomb.
You should really watch Zbig tell the story, though the bottom line is that he recalled having only three minutes to decide whether or not to inform the president,after which the president had four minutes to decide whether or not to retaliate. At the end of his three minutes, Brzezinski’s military assistant called back to tell him it was a false alarm — someone had left a training tape running. www.snopes.com...