Hillary Clinton may have seen a post-debate uptick over Donald Trump
Sep 30 2016 by Desiree Burns
The social networking platform has yet to release official numbers for the showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton but confirms that it was the most-tweeted debate ever.
Ms Doyle said after the debate that the claims were "absurd" and said she never sent a reporter to Kenya to look for the president's birth certificate.
The first lady made her first solo campaign appearance for Clinton earlier this month, and on Tuesday, she appeared in a television ad on behalf of the Clinton campaign.
Her cheerful reaction: "Anybody who complained about the microphone is not having a good night". After the debate, he said that he did so out of respect for Chelsea Clinton, who was in the audience, though he added that he might bring up Clinton's extramarital affairs at the next debate.
Speaking at a rally in Philadelphia for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, the first lady said: "We need someone who is steady and measured, because when making life-or-death, war-or-peace decisions, a president can't just pop off or lash out irrationally". She is set to make a second campaign appearance Wednesday in Pittsburgh.
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"There are those who questioned and continue to question for the past eight years whether my husband was even born in this country", she said. "When she hit me at the end with the women, I was going to hit her with her husband's women", said Trump, himself an admitted adulterer.
"She was the victor and she gained a massive amount of weight and it was a real problem", Trump said Tuesday on Fox News.
She told the crowd in Pittsburgh she understands some voters are uninspired this year, but this election is too important not to vote. "If you vote for someone other than Hillary or you don't vote at all then you are helping to elect Hillary's opponent".
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson got 8% support in the poll, taken Tuesday, while Green Party nominee Jill Stein got 4%. "There's no such thing". "I think it makes it a little more hard for Trump", the Republican nominee, to reach a majority in the Electoral College where USA presidential elections are decided based on state-by-state results rather than the national popular vote.