Monday, September 26, 2016

Making everything right again.

Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton

Thomas Williams

The Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton Presidential debate on Tweeter looks like such a bastion of left-wing lunacy, I'll tell you later about what the media has been feeding each other through Twitter.

Specifically, I want to know what you guys think and not so much what the media talking heads think. On who looks more Presidental I thought that Donald Trump seemed better and that is good enough for me hoping to change a totally corrupt Washington DC Country Club. That keeps running the American people US Government in such an impairing criminal way for so many of our countrymen generations lifetime.

The Washington DC establishment elitist doesn't want real change, so I get that very clearly.

But for all of the other American people, that I know we think that Donald Trump will give us a real chance to change the Washington DC fail-safe corruption wall that the American people are now trying so hard to keep pushing back on hoping to make our US Government run right again.

Trump Blames Clinton for Everything! Donald Goes on the Attack as Hillary Accuses Him of Saying 'Crazy Things'

By Sandra Sobieraj Westfall and Tierney McAfee
09/26/2016 AT 09:20 PM EDT
The world watched with bated breath as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump smiled and shook hands on Monday night before squaring off in the first presidential debate of the 2016 election season.

Clinton strode across the stage to meet Trump on his half of the stage and greet him with a wide smile and a clear, "Hey. How are you, Donald?" Trump's reply was inaudible.

The fleeting moment when Clinton and Trump grasped hands was hotly anticipated after months of bitter feuding and sometime ruthless name-calling between the two candidates who had not, before Monday night, seen each other in person since Clinton attended Trump's third wedding in 2005.

For all the smiles at the top, Clinton was first with the punchy soundbite, labeling her opponent's economic plan "Trumped-up trickle-down economics."

While Clinton addressed Trump as "Donald," he went out of his way to call her "Secretary Clinton," even pausing the first time he addressed her directly to ask, "Is that okay?" When Clinton shrugged and nodded, he continued, "I want you to be very happy. It's very important to me."



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