Sensex Rises As Markets Assess Clinton-Trump Debate
Sep 27 2016 by Johnny Bowman
Candidates spar over taxes, emails.
Donald Trump told American voters tax evasion is "smart" during the first live US Presidential TV debate.
Clinton says she's coming, too.
"I say nothing", Trump replied. And it'll be released. When asked by moderator Lester Holt to explain a previous comment that Clinton doesn't have a "presidential look", Trump simply repeated the comment. Hillary was mean, nasty, personal knew it was a cheap shot, knew it was coming at the end of the debate, deliberately tried to crowd him he had a flawless moment there to clobber her and he looked over at Chelsea and thought 'I'm not going to do it.' That may have been the best moment of the whole debate because it showed that unlike Hillary Clinton for whom nothing is too mean or too despicable he actually was willing to set a standard of being decent and I'm very proud of him. Asked about the possibility Trump could pull out, Clinton said she'd show up regardless.
Clinton delivered some telling blows, on his business dealings and his refusal to make public his tax records as presidential candidates are expected to do. Some people said Clinton did a great job answering all of the questions that were thrown at her. Others said Trump's unconventional approach pays off for him. Later on, Trump said he had a "winning temperament", prompting Clinton to respond: "Whew. OK".
"Secretary Clinton doesn't want to use a couple of words".
"That's for sure", Trump interjected, but left it there.
If Clinton aimed to push her famously unpredictable opponent into a made-for-sharing disqualifying moment, she didn't quite get there. Masculine style relies on communication of a distinct objective or goal in the form of a news headline backed up by facts and declarative statements, a need to dominate and control the stage, interruptions to take back control and heavy use of first-person "I", particularly in showcasing accomplishments.
It may be hard to remember, but before Mrs Clinton was a secretary of state, or a senator or a first lady, she was a lawyer - and, by all regards, a talented one. She doesn't have the stamina.
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She said Trump may not be "as rich as he says he is" or "maybe he's not as charitable" as he says he is.
"You have so many different things you have to be able to do and I don't believe Hillary has the stamina".
Trump also claimed that Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign was responsible for launching the birther movement that questioned Obama's American citizenship.
A bemused Clinton replied, "Well, as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, a release of dissidents, an opening of new opportunities in nations around the world, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina".
After a round of applause, Trump said, "Let me tell you". But it's bad, bad experience", quipped the 70-year-old billionaire, accusing the former secretary of state, first lady and U.S. senator of being a "typical politician.
"She's got experience", he said.
The audience applauded once again.
Meanwhile, Trump criticized the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed by Clinton's husband, Bill Clinton, in the 1990s and called NAFTA the "single worst trade deal in this country" which led to the end of "thousands" of jobs in the US. "You chose to stay home, and that's OK". If you had told me the polls would be tied going into that debate I would have thought the world had gone insane. "And, yes, I did".