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In debate, Clinton was prepared, Trump was Trump Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump walk to their podiums to start the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.
He was not at his worst. Clinton was polished, prepared and proud of it --a Hermione Granger at a podium. She came with sharp and practiced answers, most notably a newly direct one for the questions about her private email server that has dogged her candidacy for months.
She grinned broadly and calmly, even when under fire, and she mocked but only gently the man she called "Donald. And, yes, I did," Clinton said. I prepared to be president.
Women, particularly college-educated white women, are the key to Trump turning his current burst of momentum into a sustained surge that lasts until Election Day.
The year-old businessman has struggled to persuade women, even those with doubts about the first woman president, to get behind his bid, thanks in part to his performances in past debates, which led to cringe-worthy challenges to moderator Megyn Kelly or opponent Carly Fiorina.
Trump avoided another jaw-dropping, decorum-busting moment on Monday night, but it was hard to see that he did much to soften his image. He repeatedly and aggressively interrupted Clinton to rebut or deny her charges, at times talking over her or interrupting.
Trump, too, had his moments. He delivered a searing indictment of Clinton as just another insider proposing the same-old solutions for an economy on the brink of "crashing down.
All talk, no action. Never going to happen," he said, encapsulating the core message of his campaign. He showed Clinton remains vulnerable on her support for trade deals, forcing Clinton in her clearest fib of the night when she denied having called the Trans-Pacific Partnership the "gold standard" of trade agreements and claimed she merely said she hoped it would be a good deal.
She was also able to make swift work of her email scandal, saying simply "It was a mistake and I take responsibility for that. Even Trump granted her that:Oct 09, · We analyzed the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J.
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