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BREAKING! The Truth Is Revealed! Look How The Debate Was Rigged
TRUMP, CLINTON CLASH AT FIERY FIRST DEBATE ON TRADE, TAX RETURNS, TEMPERAMENT
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, in a fiery opening debate where seemingly nothing was off limits, clashed sharply Monday night as the Republican nominee worked to cast his rival as a career politician unable to bring change – and the Democratic nominee fought to tag Trump as an empty suit “hiding” something from the American public.
Entering their first encounter after a solid week of intense preparation, Clinton seemed ready for several of Trump’s taunts on stage at Hofstra University.
When Trump, discussing how he’d been “all over” the country talking to inner-city communities, said, “You decided to stay home, and that’s okay” – Clinton had a swift retort.
“I think Donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. And yes, I did,” Clinton said. “And you know what else I prepared for? I prepared to be president, and I think that’s a good thing.”
Later in the debate, Trump summed up his counter-argument in a few words: “Hillary has experience, but it’s bad experience.”
The debate took a number of twists and turns, and it’s unclear how and whether it will tilt the race at a time when the polls are tightening. The general election rivals will meet twice more on the debate stage next month.
Despite some expectation-setting in the run-up to Monday’s face-off that the candidates would bring a reserved demeanor, the niceties did not last long. Trump and Clinton clashed early and often and rarely did they dial back the tensions.
Trump, toward the close of the debate, tried to undermine Clinton’s persistent argument that he’s temperamentally unfit for the nation’s highest office.
“I have a winning temperament. I know how to win,” Trump said, before contrasting that against Clinton’s widely mocked video-conference address last week to a labor union. Trump told Clinton “you were totally out of control.”
She countered: “A man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have his fingers anywhere near the nuclear codes.”
Trump also repeated his charge that Clinton “doesn’t have the stamina,” while Clinton responded by reviewing her secretary of state resume.
“As soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease fire, release of dissidents … or even spends 11 hours testifying before a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina,” she said.
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NETANYAHU TO MEET WITH TRUMP AND CLINTON
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are scheduled Sunday to meet separately with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a critical meeting in which each is expected to seek support for their respective White House bids from a country often called the United States’ most important ally. U.S. presidential candidates often visit Israel to meet with leaders. But neither Trump nor Clinton has in the 2016 election cycle.
Trump, the Republican, in December 2015, postponed a trip to Israel to meet with Netanyahu after the prime minister’s office criticized his proposal to temporarily ban Muslim immigrants — in the aftermath of several terror attacks inspired or executed by radical Islamic terrorists.
Trump tweeted that he would make the trip “after I become President of the U.S.”
A Clinton aide on Friday confirmed with Fox News the meeting between the Democratic nominee and Netanyahu.
None of politicians’ aides will say when or where the meetings will take place.
Netanyahu is in the United States, where he met with Obama and addressed the U.N. General Assembly this week in New York.
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EXCLUSIVE: ‘A REAL DISSERVICE’ LESTER HOLT DIDN’T ASK ABOUT CLINTON FOUNDATION
The Republican National Committee’s Communications Director Sean Spicer tells Breitbart News it’s “unbelievable” and a “real disservice” that presidential debate moderator Lester Holt didn’t ask Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton about the Clinton Foundation’s alleged pay-to-play scheme with the Department of State during Clinton’s time as secretary of state.
“That was unbelievable you have a scandal of this magnitude that directly impacts national security and it was unbelievable that that wasn’t asked,” Spicer told Breitbart News in the spin room after Monday night’s debate. “There were so many aspects of both national security [and] pay-for-play. The idea that that didn’t get discussed or come up was sort of a real disservice.”
“He didn’t ask about her emails,” Spicer added in disbelief. “He said, ‘Is there anything you would like to add?’ I mean, it was unbelievable.”
Gov. Mike Huckabee’s daughter Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who serves as one of Trump’s senior advisers, also spoke to Breitbart News about the omission of a question about the Clinton Foundation.
“I thought Lester Holt had a really tough job tonight, but that was one of the few places I felt like he really had a couple of key issues he went after Trump on and ignored some of the big things — they called it the dirty laundry debate,” Sanders explained to Breitbart News. “Frankly, Hillary Clinton should have been asked those questions and I think it was a real problem for him tonight to go after Trump on certain things and to leave that out for her.”
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TRUMP THREATENS TO ‘HIT HER HARDER’ AT NEXT DEBATE, AS SURROGATES RIP MODERATOR
Donald Trump brushed himself off Tuesday following a rough-and-tumble debate with Hillary Clinton, returning to the campaign trail while warning he may have to “hit her harder” in the next round – as he and his surrogates rapped moderator Lester Holt for skating over the controversies associated with the Democratic nominee.
Clinton was widely seen as coming to the debate stage at Hofstra University well-prepared to take on the sometimes-unpredictable Trump, and standing her ground without any major stumbles. But the Republican nominee and his team pushed back Tuesday on any suggestion he might have missed opportunities to land punches, as Clinton’s supporters gloated that she got the better of him.
“I think [Trump] had a great night,” running mate Mike Pence, who will face Democratic counterpart Tim Kaine at a debate next week, said on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.”
Trump, speaking on “Fox & Friends,” said the debate went well, especially when he was asked “normal questions.”
However, he and his backers noted that Holt never pressed Clinton on several issues, suggesting the moderator tilted the playing field in her favor during their opening bout.
“[Holt] didn’t ask her about the emails at all. He didn’t ask her about her scandals. He didn’t ask her about [Benghazi],” Trump said. “They were leaving all of her little goodies out.”
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A Parallel Universe
PUTIN WOULD RATHER FACE ‘WEAK AND INDECISIVE’ CLINTON THAN TRUMP
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, a senior fellow at the AEI Institute, joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s emails, which were exposed by a hacker and include colorful negative comments about Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Bill Clinton.
Bolton said the hack demonstrates that privacy is “very much at risk,” and that “people don’t think about what they’re putting down in their emails; they think it will never be made public.”
“Now we’re going to see the effect of that, and I just think it’s a despicable way to proceed. It’s like theft,” Bolton said. He added:
That’s basically what it is. It’s why I’ve long thought, on the government side, that Edward Snowden was a reprehensible character, and so was Bradley Manning, and so are the people who are releasing these emails. Obviously, they’re interesting and fun to read, but they’re nobody’s business. What it says is that 99 percent of the people don’t have any protection on their email. Everybody’s vulnerable.
“I worked for Colin Powell for four years at the State Department when he was secretary of state, so I think I know him well, and nothing really surprised me,” Bolton said of the leaked emails. “I think his opinions generally are well-known. I think some of the specificity, and some of the colorful rhetoric, may have surprised some people, but nothing really was that out of the ordinary.”
“That said, I’m sure it’s mortifying to him and to the correspondents that are part of these email chains, that they’re reading about what they said on the front pages of the newspapers,” he added. “That’s just never anything they contemplated, and it really does have, I think, a chilling effect on people who are used to using email.”
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IS THIS AMERICA'S
IN THE MEDIA
MEDIA RIPS HILLARYS HANDLING OF HEALTH, BUT NOT ATTACK ON TRUMP BACKERS
By Howard KurtzThe media consensus is that Hillary Clinton’s failure to disclose her pneumonia was, well, deplorable.
But when it comes to her calling many of Donald Trump’s supporters a “basket of deplorables,” not so much.
This is a case study in how journalists, subconsciously or otherwise, use their views to frame coverage of a story.
The New York Times led the paper yesterday with a tough news story on the Hillary health mess. There was no need to attribute the problems that Clinton created for herself to outsiders, the paper just came out and said it.
An underlying factor here is that Clinton and her campaign stiffed the press, and the press doesn’t like that. Keep in mind that not only did she fail to reveal the pneumonia diagnosis on Friday, she ditched her protective press pool when she fell ill at Sunday’s 9/11 ceremony. Reporters didn’t even know she had left, then didn’t know where she was, and were given an initial “overheated” statement that was, ah, rather incomplete.
Why didn’t the campaign say two days earlier that the candidate had, like millions of Americans, contracted pneumonia?
“Mrs. Clinton’s inner circle was mindful of both her guardedness and her expectation of loyalty once her mind is made up…But Mrs. Clinton’s penchant for privacy backfired,” the Times said.
And there was this:
“But the manner in which Mrs. Clinton’s illness became public has also revived concerns among supporters, and criticism among detractors, about her seemingly reflexive tendency to hunker down, often citing a ‘zone of privacy,’ when she senses a political threat. Her desire for tight control over personal information deepened during the partisan wars of the 1990s, influenced her use of a private email server as secretary of state and now threatens to make her look, again, as though she has something to hide.”
What’s more, “Mrs. Clinton has long relied on a tight-knit, intensely loyal group of aides who share her instincts for political warfare and her skepticism and even hostility toward calls for fuller disclosure.”
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Donald Trump accepts The Algemeiner's 'Liberty' Award, presented by daughter Ivanka Trump
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