Clinton Wins Applause in NC for Debate Performance
- Author: Douglas Reid Sep 28, 2016,
Sep 28, 2016, 5:49
Republican Donald Trump is vowing to hit rival Democrat Hillary Clinton harder in the next USA presidential debate after she put him on the defensive by accusing him of being racist, sexist and a tax dodger during their first matchup. She recalled that her rival had said in a 2004 interview that "pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers". "I think it was a awful thing to say", Trump said.
Miller is a union iron worker in Chicago. He said he may vote for Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson. "By a ratio of about 3-to-1, voters say they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports climate action, and are less likely to vote for a candidate who opposes climate action".
"When I got involved, I didn't fail", Trump said.
"I may hit her harder in certain ways". Johnson said in a Tweet following the debate.
"I have been following the election process". When Bash asked him about it, he denied implying he hadn't paying taxes, adding "If they said I didn't, it doesn't matter". But while she grinned, he looked perturbed. "And not many people are watching CNN".
I'd rather not say who I'm voting for, but I will say that I'm not a supporter of either candidate. "I have already decided on a candidate. I don't think Gen. Douglas MacArthur would like that too much". "And maybe it's because you haven't paid any federal income tax for a lot of years". "It's inappropriate. It's not nice.'" He then complained that Clinton's campaign had spent millions on negative ads about him and "it's not nice, and I don't deserve that".
"You know how many times we had conversations about that?"
"I am not happy with the whole election process in general". Here's what four Sweden-based USA voters we spoke to had to say. There are still people getting laid off from their jobs and people struggling with employment.
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"And I think, you know, in my view, this is a little bit of the libertarian in me coming out, I don't think it's anybody's damn business what you put in your tax return", Clovis told host Simon Conway on 1040 WHO Iowa radio.
In case anyone is interested, he'll be available to debate Clinton in 2020. I don't have any qualms with her ethics as a politician.
Trump, 70, told Fox News on Tuesday morning he did not have a cold. Clinton supporters wanted an average of 10 minutes devoted to climate change while Trump supporters only wanted four minutes in comparison. She said she had a "great, great time" and was "thrilled" by how it went.
"(It) strengthened my decision", she said.
As the temperature rose, Trump brought out the verbal brickbats, repeatedly interrupting Clinton and even questioning her stamina after a bout of pneumonia.
"Why would a potential president want to bring back something that was deemed unconstitutional?" she said.
Others thought climate policy didn't get enough attention.
The question should be why Trump's talking about her at all. "He didn't seem to have a good grasp of the issues and didn't appear to be able to go deep into them".