I definitly say Hilary Clinton. Trump began very well on the 1st question, but after that he went straight down hill.
I think it was very funny when it comes to Trump been asked about sexual assault. On the spot, i could have thought of a better answer for Trump he could have said
"Well, true, it is a stupid thing to do, but not consented sexual advancement can also mean lots of things. For example, we see in the romance movies, where the leading male, went up to the leading female and just kissed her and she enjoyed it, for example in movies such as Hitch staring Will Smith, Kevin James and Amber Valletta, there was a scene, where Kevin James' character, move in to kiss Amber Valletta's character, whom his character is dating, that wasn't consented, but, consider the circumstances, it isn't appropriate. From a legal point of view, what can be consider as appropriate and not appropriate not consented sexual approach, is difficult to clarified, thus, it is concluded it is smarter, to make all not consented sexual approach illegal. I would acknowledge, if I really kissed a woman with out her consent, that is a stupid move, on a legal level. But I will never, make an inappropriate not consented sexual move on a woman and also, I have never done something, as stupid as conducting not consented sexual advancement to a woman, before."
U see? Just this response just come off the top of my head and it is at least 10 times, better then any thing, Trump came up with, when he was been asked this question.
Also, the legal definition of sexual assault is "not consented and not welcoming sexual advancement" so, if a sexual advancement is not consented, but the recipient didn't find it unwelcoming, then it legally doesn't qualify as sexual assault. Defense against sexual assault (including rape), include u got justifiable reason to believe the recipient find it welcoming. e.g. the recipient didn't say no, it is very common amount rape cases, where young girl (usually 17~20) went into shock at what happen and ended up just co-operating under the shock, the guy got no way, of knowing she find it unwelcoming, under this sort of circumstances, the court usually conclude he got reasonable reason to believe, she consented, thus is pardon from rape.
Neither. I don't think any voter changed their mind.
Debates have become little more than a spectator sport.
The election is so polarized people simply tune in to root for their "team"/candidate or boo the hated opposition.
We pretty much already know where each stands on the issues. Debates are a form of entertainment and "Gotcha moments".
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