Clinton and Trump exchange low blows


Clinton and Trump exchange low blows

"With prior Republican nominees for president, I disagreed with them on politics, policies, principles, but I never questioned their fitness to serve", Clinton said.

"He and I haven't spoken", Mr Trump told Martha Raddatz as he disagreed with Mr Pence's approach to dealing with Russian Federation. "Proud to stand with you".

"Donald Trump didn't become the nominee of the Republican Party on his own".

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton looked each other in the eye at the start of their second debate and set out to destroy one another.

The Donald Trump campaign planned to seat former President Bill Clinton's sexual assault accusers in the Trump family box at the debate, hoping for a televised showdown before the event kicked off, but had its plans thwarted at the last minute.

"Bill Clinton raped me, and Hillary Clinton threatened me", Juanita Broaddrick said. Or voters could have heard more about why Trump has said he'd nominate Supreme Court justices who may overturn Roe v. Wade (not to mention marriage equality), while Clinton supports abortion rights and Planned Parenthood. Certainly I'm not proud of it. Those metrics made it the most talked about debate in Facebook history after the first Trump/Clinton debate on Sep.

But the best zinger of the night, according to Twitter, came from a Brooklyn College professor who tweeted about Trump's encouragement to Muslims to "report when they see something going on". Seeking to deflect criticism of his coarse and vulgar language, Trump launched long-dormant accusations of Bill Clinton's sexual misconduct."Bill Clinton was abusive to women".

Then, during the debate, Trump was asked about where he stands on Pence's claim that the US military should be ready to strike Syrian military targets overseen by President Bashar Assad.

We remained there as the latest episode of Jerry Springer, er, the debate began, and quickly jumped to the Trump tape, with Trump again dismissing it as "locker room talk" and Clinton charging that the audio is proof of Trump's misogyny and sexism.

The dollar amount was calculated by multiplying the length of a clip when Trump or Clinton was mentioned on the air by the total audience of viewers who saw the clip. "Hillary Clinton attacked those same women - attacked them viciously".

Trump threw down the gauntlet by saying he is going to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary.

The third and the final debate will be on October 19.

"When Hillary brings up a point like that, when she talks about words that I said eleven years ago, I think it's disgraceful and I think she should be ashamed of herself, if you want to know the truth".