Trump Warns He'll Keep Going After Clintons Over '90s Sex Scandals
Oct 12 2016 by Larry Hoffman
For a candidate who had just emerged from the most unpleasant and caustic debate in USA presidential history, Hillary Clinton managed to convey a remarkably upbeat and relaxed impression standing in the aisle of her plane as it taxied to the runway in St Louis.
However, the staging of the second debate differed from the first.
That came shortly after commission officials told the Clinton campaign that they could not seat Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill with Bill and Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, in the Clinton family box.
Regardless of who they supported, 58 per cent of people surveyed in the poll expected Hillary Clinton to be elected as president, while only 25 per cent thought Mr Trump would win. Clinton said the tape "represents exactly who he is".
With his campaign in free fall after the release of video showing him boasting about how he can grope women with impunity because he is a "star", Trump seems determined to introduce the seediest, most sordid details of a flurry of half-forgotten Clinton scandals to a new millennial audience.
"For starters, Warren Buffett is a real billionaire", Clinton said in an apparent reference to Trump's failure to release his tax returns and, thus, confirm his income.
"Donald Trump didn't become the nominee of the Republican Party on his own". The poll said Clinton, 68, now has a commanding lead.
In a startling admission, Trump dismissed a statement from his vice presidential running mate, Mike Pence, last week in which Pence said the United States should be prepared to intervene militarily in Syria.
Mrs Clinton's plan going into the debate had been to spend more time setting out a policy-based case directly to voters who may be wavering following Mr Trump's fumbles. Another time, she says, while celebrating the signing of a contract, Trump pulled her into his daughter Ivanka's empty bedroom and fondled her and tried to kiss her.
Trump slams Republican Party establishment
Trump's vice presidential running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, reinforced his support in television interviews on Monday. Allison Ellis, 30, deemed Ryan "a traitor" and shrugged off Trump's sexually aggressive comments in the 2005 video.
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During the week he was OK and then all these things around the press conferences, whether it affects him or not, I don't think so. Still many races to go, so just keeping my head down", the championship leader said.
A few years earlier, during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Trump appeared sympathetic for Clinton.
But Trump's intensely loyal supporters were likely to be energized by his vigorous criticism of Clinton.
He called her a "devil" who repeatedly lies, someone with tremendous hate in her heart.
"When he was pressed about how he behaves, he just doubled down on his excuse that it's just locker room banter", the former secretary of state said.
On the other hand, Hillary Clinton's career to the Oval Office today faces a massive new filtration WikiLeaks more e-mails from John Podesta, chief of staff of the White House under President Bill Clinton. "I think she's been through more than any woman should have to bear".
Anderson Cooper asked Trump about the videotape at the start of the debate and noted that what Trump described enjoying in his comments was a form of sexual assault.
"The other thing that we forget is this was a town hall". They got back to the questions from voters, which was the theme of this debate. And in an nearly touching moment, Trump praised his opponent's resilience and determination to never give up.
With temperatures cooled a notch after the ugliest presidential debate in memory, the two feuding rivals did meet at center stage for a brief handshake. Both Bill and Hillary Clinton huddled with the undecided voters brought into the debate to ask questions. Fighting for every vote, just as they have done for years.