Sia uses her song 'The Greatest' to endorse Hillary Clinton
Sep 29 2016 by Larry Hoffman
Clinton, meanwhile, sought Wednesday to parlay her widely praised debate performance into stronger support from women, young Americans and other critical voter groups. "I think it might go up a couple points".
"Last night was very exciting and nearly every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked Hillary Clinton", he said.
Trump tried aggressively to pin America's problems on Clinton at Monday night's debate.
Reagan and Carter had a single debate, not three of them, and it was staged in an era where nearly everyone watched the same thing on TV, because there was nearly no choice - you watched CBS, ABC, NBC or nothing, more or less. "And I decided I shouldn't do it because her daughter was in the room".
Clinton brushed off Trump's vow, saying: "He can run his campaign however he chooses".
He also threatened to go harder after her in the next debate and said he had planned to assail Bill Clinton for his "many affairs" and stopped himself exclusively because daughter Chelsea Clinton had been in the room. In fact, only two of the past seven "winners" of the opening debates have gone on to win the election. He eventually divorced Maples and married his third and current wife, Melania Trump. He also claimed that moderator Lester Holt of NBC News was tougher on him than on Clinton.
Trump appeared visibly annoyed after Clinton quizzed the Republican hopeful over the treatment of former Miss Universe contestant Alicia Machado, who Trump reportedly called "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping".
Trump touted unscientific, online post-debate polls as "things of beauty". Ad rates were far higher than for typical news programming. Sixty-two per cent said she was the victor, while just 27 per cent named Trump. As she explained to the audience - in a way that felt as though it was aimed at foreign viewers - "I want to reassure our allies in Japan and South Korea and elsewhere that we have mutual defense treaties and we will honor them".
In response, O'Donnell tweeted a video from The View where she mocked the former reality TV hosts's hair, bankruptcies and failed marriages.
Hillary Clinton blasted Trump at the debate for language that he has used to describe women in the past and took him to task for pushing birtherism for years after the president released his birth certificate.
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"She accuses the entire country, including all of law enforcement, of "implicit bias", essentially suggesting that everyone, including our police, are basically racist and prejudiced", Trump said.
A majority of Americans say Democrat Hillary Clinton won the first United States presidential debate.
"He actually bragged about gaming the system to get out of paying his fair share of taxes".
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said simply: "The only advice I could give him, and take it for what it's worth, prepare better".
Trump held a campaign event in Miami's Little Havana, aiming to shore up support among Hispanic voters.
Major media outlet YouTube accounts streaming the debate live accounted for some 10 million additional viewers.
"Anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night", she said.
Monday's debate was the first of three for the presidential nominees; the second will take place on October 9 in St. Louis with Anderson Cooper moderating, and the third on October 18 in Las Vegas with Chris Wallace as moderator.
"The single weapon that Hillary Clinton has ... without the mainstream media she wouldn't even be here, she wouldn't have a chance", he said.
Presidential Nominee: Well, we had a great, great time last night.