Both Candidates had excellent points. Hillary complained about the violence that happens at the Trump rallies. Trump stated the facts about members of
her campaign inciting the violence, as well as it being a crime. Trump states that under Hillary, ISIS got worse in Mozel. Hillary states the Donald
is saying, that the new fight for Mosul was a campaign strategy for her to get more support. Hillary complains that Trump payed NO taxes. Trump stated
that her party wrote the laws that made it legal for him, as well as her Wall St supporters, to write off their losses. Hillary states that under
Obamacare, people are better off, but Trump says that Hillary's husband even disagrees with Obamacare.
Lot of great stuff here. Who do you think won, and why.
Link to Youtube video of debate incase you missed it. www.youtube.com...
Interesting, there is another (and rather biased) OP that was started about 30 seconds before the two candidates even left the stage.
V332016Wednesdaypm31America/ChicagoWed, 19 Oct 2016 22:33:05 -05001 by Violater1 because: (no reason given)
I mean I'm voting for Gary probably because these two suck ... But
Trump did say the media sucks, and things are rigged - Which is 100% proven by now with all the email leaks and what not. The Media/DNC was rigging
things for Hillary. So that's what made him win in my eyes, pointing out one small issue that I can actually relate with.
Both lost because they have no path to ending war.
Trump mopped the floor with her. Her face said it all. She avoided the questions and is exposed to her minions for the crimes of pay to play and so
much more. Truly, if the ones hearing these facts on Haiti, ISIS, violence at Trump rallies, the apparent violation of Espionage laws for the 1st
time don't see the light, their ignorance will destroy the system that made free men out of all and millionaires out of anybody.
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