What will Hillary Clinton need to do in tonight's debate to WIN and erase and do

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  1. RJ Schwartz profile image93
    RJ Schwartzposted 24 months ago

    What will Hillary Clinton need to do in tonight's debate to WIN and erase and doubts from voters?

    Hillary Clinton has faced scandals for the greater part of this year; Benghazi, E-mail, her not being charged by the FBI, the Clinton Foundation, and others raise ethics questions.  If Trump brings many of these to light in tonight's debate, what will she do to counter them in such a way that people are satisfied and comfortable that she is telling the truth?


  2. Perspycacious profile image80
    Perspycaciousposted 24 months ago

    Stick to substance.  What does she want most to accomplish by 2020, and how does she plan to do so?

  3. JG Hemlock profile image77
    JG Hemlockposted 24 months ago

    Hillary will need to either lie better and stop getting caught in the lies that she speaks if she wants to win the debate. It is far better that she speaks the truth to Trump's questions, but should she speak truth--an orange jumpsuit will be waiting for her. Don't expect the truth-it will not come from Hillary Clinton.

    She will need to not fall off of her step stool, not allow her eyes to go round and round in different directions, she must not bob her head in any spasmodic, repetitive back-of-the car bobble-head movement. She must not fall or lose her shoes on the way into or out of the debate. There must be nobody around to; carry her, hide her view, stab her with pharmaceuticals, or speak to her with an ear-microphone. She must not cough incessantly, spit globs of goobers into her H20 glass and re-drink them, and she must not soil her pantsuits either. She must not scream bug-eyed at the audience, and she must never say that she is going to raise the taxes of the middle class. She must never use the phrase, "What difference does it make," and she should not speak about 'little hands.' She should not attempt to speak Ebonics or pretend that she is hip and down with the poor and the middle class people. She should not speak about what she has done for rape victims, nor that she is broke in the wallet. She should not use any body doubles, nor should she bring her medi-vac-van to the stage. She should not laugh uncontrollably or stare out into the audience blankly forgetting what she was saying. She should not open her mouth extra-wide and stare at the purty lights around her. She should not heavily perspire, shake, sway, tremble in fear, nor expire on stage.

    If she can do all of this....she just may win the debate. This debate will go down in history in more ways than one.

    1. RJ Schwartz profile image93
      RJ Schwartzposted 24 months agoin reply to this

      It's already shaping up to be one of the most watched events in history

  4. profile image57
    Alyssa NYposted 24 months ago

    Hillary Clinton didn't need to do a thing to win that debate. The moderator handed it to her on a golden platter. It was "gifted" in a sense


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