The Second Presidential debate of Presidential Election 2016, hosted in Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz, highlighted, once again, the poignant issues and personality differences between the two debating candidates.
Never had these differences and traits been more apparent than during the candidates’ closing statements, which, befittingly, solidified and put an emphatic exclamation mark on their positions and beliefs.
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton ended the debate, once again, with an outward lie.
“I respect his children,” she said. “His children are incredibly able and devoted.”
American voters reeled from the obvious falsehood of her statement. A simple Google check on Donald Trump, or his children, is sufficient for American voters to understand how insincere and untrue Hillary’s statement was.
Donald John Trump, on the other hand, told it exactly as it is:
“She doesn’t quit,” he said. “She doesn’t give up. I tell it like it is. She’s a fighter.”
He stopped short of sharing his sincere belief that Ms. Clinton will be the next President of the United States, but American audiences who are used to his usual subtle and modest way of expression had no difficulty understanding his implied message.
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