Monday, October 10, 2016

Donald Trump was grilled on his recent lewd comments about women  revealed within the last 48 hours . He started out cautious and reserved, but as the debate progressed he went on the attack pouncing on his opponent Hillary Clinton, her Husband Bill Clinton, he also had issues with the moderators Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz. ...v.isaac
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Trump aides and supporters accused the moderators of being unfair. 
The second presidential debate of 2016 is in the books, which means it’s time for Donald Trump’s supporters to complain about the event’s moderators.
The GOP nominee had a few terse exchanges Sunday night with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and ABC News correspondent Martha Raddatz during the debate at Washington University in St. Louis. Throughout the roughly 90-minute debate, the two moderators regularly pushed Trump for specific answers to questions on issues ranging from the civil war in Syria to the recent scandal over lewd comments he made on video in 2005.
During and after his debate with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Trump’s supporters and his campaign aides tweeted complaints that the two moderators were showing bias by cutting short Trump’s lengthy responses while also pushing him for clarity when he gave vague answers.
by     Fortune

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