The second presidential debate included much less arguing and interrupting than the first, nevertheless, the night seemed to be devoted to examining scandal after scandal. Regardless of the fact that there were undecided voters on stage, with the candidates, who were armed with good questions that many Americans would have appreciated getting answers to, both candidates seemed prepared to go toe to toe on some major issues; not economic, domestic, foreign, or policy issues, rather major issues plaguing one another’s campaigns. Clinton discussed T...
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...tries to do at his rallies and during the debates, which is trying to attach a corrupt politician stigma to Hillary Clinton.
Staying out of the media seems to mean a candidate will do better in the polls. This holds true this week, because as Donald Trump has made headlines with the release of the ’05 mic conversation, he has lost any gains he made during the week of the 9/11 memorial. According to Real Clear Politics, in an LA Times poll taken between 10/6 and 10/12, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied 44 to 44. However, the RCP Average has Clinton leading by 6.2 points with 48.0 and Trump is following with 41.8. Taking into consideration her 5.3-point leap in the polls from the week of September 12-18 to now, Trump’s crippling sexual assault scandal, the imploding Republican party, and no new bad news for her, I think it is safe to say Clinton won this week.
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