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Who Won The Debate?

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AB Editor | 08:55 Tue 27th Sep 2016 | News
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  • Hillary Clinton - 77 votes
  • 70%
  • Draw - 17 votes
  • 15%
  • Donald Trump - 16 votes
  • 15%

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trump seemed dull, his advisors need kicked down the road, feel he does not ever get his point across , hellery is far more astute and crafty well versed in lies and deciet . but overall trump is more natural and honest . havent watched it all , emails / bengazhi .

i was fuming on the last word, she has respect for his children, he returns with " ill give her this , she does not quit she does not give up " F fs he just hands it to her on a plate, for an intelligent businessman he sure knows how to f** * it up !!

though nothing takes away what hellery has done in the past and what she intends to do in the future, she will take us all back !! same old story only much much much worse !!!
As far as I can see, with the edited highlights, Trump came out confused and nasty. I expect more high-profile Republicans will desert him this morning....
he has already lost Paul Ryan.
miket4444
I expect more high-profile Republicans will desert him this morning....




Why this morning?
based on what?

https://twitter.com/mike_pence/status/785310165327151104
Talbot....that link is from his running mate....what did you expect him to say ?

Paul Ryan is the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and a life-long Republican.
not looking good....for anyone really....think Congress can enforce a further Obama term ?
mikey4444
Talbot....that link is from his running mate....what did you expect him to say ?



The political animal really has his finger on the button ... (or a thumb up his bottom)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3829081/Mike-Pence-says-offended-Trump-s-crude-remarks.html
Minty...I don't think that would be possible, especially given the very short time left. Obama will be gone in a few months, and there isn't anything we can do about it. Personally, I like the man....he is urbane and sometimes very funny.

He, to my knowledge, has never said anything in the same manner as Trump, although, to be honest, Trump is operating as a lower level than any of us has seen before. This whole campaign has been the nastiest, lowest, and rudest that I have ever seen, in any political campaign, anywhere.
Could hace swore I type pulse not button ... bizarre.
Well, if Pence really is having second thoughts about being the running mate of this truly awful Republican candidate, then it only goes to prove what I said this morning at 07:34.

It looks as if the Republicans have cocked it up big time, yet again....its the Magic Underpants show, all over again.

If Trump really is the best they can come up with, after 4 years, then they might as well give up, as it shows complete incompetence.
mikey4444
Well, if Pence really is having second thoughts about being the running mate of this truly awful Republican candidate, then it only goes to prove what I said this morning at 07:34.




What?
Yesterday rumours he was under pressure to quit today he Tweets support ... how does that prove what you said @ 07:34?

I asked you on what you are basing your assertion that you

'expect more high-profile Republicans will desert him this morning'

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John McCain is probably America's most well known and trusted of Republicans. He is the Senator for Arizona and he has withdrawn support for Trump.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/oct/08/john-mccain-donald-trump-sex-boast-tape

Its all in the Guardian article Talbot :::::

“Cindy and I will not vote for Donald Trump,” McCain said in a statement that included his wife. “I have never voted for a Democratic presidential candidate and we will not vote for Hillary Clinton. We will write in the name of some good conservative Republican who is qualified to be president.”

Couldn't be clearer !

mikey that was published Sunday 9 October 2016 17.03 BST


I asked you to answer these Q's

Why this morning?
based on what?

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miket4444
I expect more high-profile Republicans will desert him this morning....
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You obviously have no idea on how to answer and have chosen to waffle. I would get lessons from andy if I were you, he is far better at typing deflective nonsense.






Talbot - please don't write abusive comments, and please don't bring me into your personal spats with other AB'ers.
abusive?
imo that is what you do ... am I not allowed that opinion?
Talbot - Your opinion - of course.

Referring to an AB'er's post as 'deflective nonsense' - no.
imo you never put into a sentence what you can fit into a paragrath ... that's how I see your posts. If that upsets you then, I think you need to toughen up a bit.
paragraph

I'm late .... bye
Talbot - //imo you never put into a sentence what you can fit into a paragrath ... that's how I see your posts. If that upsets you then, I think you need to toughen up a bit. //

It doesn't upset me - it contravenes Site Rules.

You can offer your opinion, you cannot offer abuse.
^Here we go again.

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