Presidential debate: Who won - Trump or Clinton? It is up to America now to decide who will be the next President of the United States. Or is it? There are many who feel this election is fixed. Some saying Trump was put in place just to be the entertainment to distract people and push them towards voting in a women as President. There is a real reality that neither candidate will ever be the next President of the United States as some speculate that because both are unfit to be the next President that Obama will stay in office. Is this a possibility and if so, what is the true agenda coming from the White House?
As the final meeting between the two candidates, the Thursday debate in Las Vegas represented their last opportunity to make a closing argument before a huge national audience. By at least one measure, Clinton won: a CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers found the Democratic nominee beat Trump by a 13-point margin, 52-39. That represents a narrower edge than her wins in the two previous debates but significant nonetheless.
Contrasting with their first two encounters, the candidates started off relatively subdued. They clashed over the Second Amendment, abortion and immigration, but did so within the bounds of normal discourse. The debate took on a nastier tone, and sustained it thereafter, once the subject turned to Russia. Clinton challenged Trump to condemn Russian meddling in the election then called him a “puppet” of Russian president Vladimir Putin. “No puppet, no puppet,” Trump replied. “You’re the puppet!” Trump refused to accept the consensus view of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia has been responsible for cyber-attacks on Democratic organizations and operatives. And he went on to say Clinton has been “outsmarted” by Putin, “every step of the way” — praise for a brutal dictator he reprised later in the debate when he described Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad as “just much tougher and much smarter than her and Obama.”
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