The debate between Biden and Trump starts at 3 a.m. and can be followed live on HLN LIVE. At 6 o’clock an extra broadcast of VTM NEWS will also be devoted to it.
A warning in advance. Nearly all observers agreed in 2016 that Clinton had emerged as the better candidate in the three pre-election debates. But that ultimately yielded her little in the poll: Clinton won more votes, but still lost.
The fact that Trump regularly lost the pedals in the debates with his Democratic opponent, spoke condescendingly about her, lashed out at the moderator and did not shy away from the factual untruths, did not do him any harm in the end. On the contrary, it typified Trump who, also during his presidency, continued on the same path for the past four years and even gained his popularity from it. Donald Trump is not like all other racial politicians, and still someone of the people who just says it like it is the message.
While Clinton mainly tried to keep her cool in the debates, and usually succeeded with the occasional witty one-liners. With facts and figures she was able to regularly outclass Trump, but that didn’t bother him. The fact that it was about him – no matter how hard, grim and meaningless it was at times – was all that mattered.
What it will be about tonight anyway is the New York Times revelation that Trump appears to have barely paid any taxes in recent years. In 2016 and 2017, the president contributed $ 750 each time to federal income taxes. But even four years ago, the newspaper made similar revelations, which Clinton mentioned during the debates. And Trump responded wittily with an answer that he will probably also come up next night.
Clinton: “Maybe he’s not as rich as he claims. Maybe he’s not as charitable as he claims. Maybe he doesn’t want the American people to know he doesn’t pay federal taxes. ”
Trump: “That makes me smart.”
While Clinton defended the right to abortion, Trump counterattacked. “Babies will be ripped out of their mother’s wombs in the ninth month, just before birth,” it said without any ground of truth. “You can say that’s okay, Hillary can say that’s okay, but I don’t think that’s okay.”
“That’s not what will happen, and this kind of fear rhetoric is terribly unfortunate,” Clinton replied.
Central to Trump’s argument against Clinton were the tens of thousands of emails she sent as Secretary of State under Obama with a private server, and not through the department’s. According to Clinton, those emails did not contain any classified or sensitive information, Trump insisted that Clinton did not want to release them because there were incriminating things about her.
And so he promised to have her examined as president, much to the delight of his supporters: “You would be in jail if I was in power.” The slogan ‘Lock her up’ was born.
You had to hear it once, and it kept haunting you: Donald Trump’s snort during the first debate. As he proclaimed himself to “The healthiest presidential candidate ever” and his supporters were on the finest check to perceive a cough at Hillary Clinton, he especially started walking with attention.
Trump himself did not notice his sniffling, saying that Clinton “does not have the stamina” to run for president. “She doesn’t have the look, she doesn’t have the stamina. I said she doesn’t have the stamina, and I really believe that, she doesn’t have the stamina ”.
To which Clinton replied, “If he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace agreement or testifies to a truce or the release of hostages or eleven hours before a Congressional Commission, he can talk about my stamina.”
Trump did not care about the answer, as well as citing his “better temper.” “I have better judgment than they do. There is no doubt about that. I also have a better temperament. I have a winning temperament. I know how to win. Not her.” Which elicited Clinton the shock-shouldered response “Whoo, okay.”
Trump and Clinton argued on the cutting edge at times, but it was Trump who stood out with his interruptions. “Wrong. Wrong. Wrong ”, he intervened regularly when Clinton tried to make a point.
But Trump was most furious when he called Clinton “Such a nasty woman” in the middle of her speech.
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