Trump explained why things are going wrong and Clinton just responded with "We're doing our best." Clinton focused on attacking Trump's comments while Trump focused on attacking Clinton's policy. I don't really care for character attacks so I believe Trump won.
What I'd like to see is how many a) how many people would feel inclined to change their vote based on what they heard during this debate (and who was their previous and is now their current choice), and b) how many think their preferred candidate lost the debate?
The Obama administration had 8 years to implement Hillary's ideas, so if they are so good, why don't we see the big results she promises? If they haven't been implemented, then does Obama disagree with her ideas? Trump showed the inequality in how trade is done, where other countries tax America for imports but America doesn't tax them.
Trump beat her on the intro question but that was his only strong point. It was funny how many false statements he makes and how childishly angry he gets. Half of the time he didn't answer the question, as usual and the amount of faulty logic he uses makes me question how good of debaters some of the other voters really are. In the end Im pretty sure most people just stuck with who they chose but in terms of performance Hilary was on message, coherent and refuted most of Trumps faulty logic.
He always has a plan. Did you notice how he prepared for everything? You can tell by the way he responds. Hillary sounds professional and poetic but Trump sounds realistic. And almost all of you are basing your beliefs on opinion. And note that Trump supporters are the most mature since there were only riots at Trump rallies.
I do not like either Candidate, but he showed up as the same arrogant, egotistical person he has been in every debate. The Benghazi Butcher however, showed up as a different LIAR, in the same pants suit and ugly face of deceit..