Sunday, November 29, 2020
Sunday, November 29, 2020

Donald vs Hillary: Hofstra Presidential Debate – The Rundown

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed early and often at their first presidential debate Monday night at Hofstra University. The first blow came from Hillary Clinton, hitting Donald Trump on his privileged past. However, Donald’s first comment to Hillary was an area of agreement on Child care. Trump did not use all the ammunition he could’ve, including Benghazi, Clinton Foundation and the email scandal.

  • Clinton said Trump’s plan would add $5 trillion in national debt – Obama also used that same number in 2012 with Mitt Romney who had same response as Donald, “Nope.”
  • Hillary stated that Donald is hiding something by not releasing his tax information even though she [Hillary] claims that the email deletion was a mistake. Hillary’s staff took the Fifth before Congress and the House Panel regarding the email deletion.

“No, you’re telling the enemy everything you want to do. No wonder you’ve been fighting ISIS your entire adult life.” – Donald Trump

  • Clinton copied Obama’s campaign commercial from 2008: “Future depends on it, because it does. This isn’t about us, it’s about you.” Future depends on it, because it does depend on it.

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