The final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has come to a less than peaceful conclusion. In this debate, the roles were clearly reversed. Trump took her bait in the last two debates. This time, he brushed her off and said what he needed to. He dominated the entire time. Yet, what did mainstream media pick up on and strangle? They cannot let go of the fact that Trump didn’t say right away that he would just accept the results of the presidency and hold Hillary on a pedestal. He said,
“I will look at it at the time.”
Why did he say that? He went on to explain that he expects voter fraud and the media to affect the outcome.
Economy and Debt
Beyond that, the moderator who was very fair, asked both candidates at one point about their plans for the national debt in which both their plans would increase. Trump denied it saying that he would increase jobs and stimulate economic growth. Clinton just said she wouldn’t increase it.
The next thing the mainstream media bit into was when they were asked about entitlement spending and Trump turned to the Affordable Care Act while Clinton prodded Trump about his taxes, and Trump said, “such a nasty woman.” Well, she is. Case closed.
One of the highlights of the debate was over the topic of abortion. Trump is pro-life and repeatedly said that he would put in Justices that were pro-life but would leave it ultimately at the hands of the state. Clinton said she wants full rights for women, even late-term abortions. Trump accurately pointed out, “If you go with what Hillary is saying, in the ninth month you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb of the mother.”
With the ever-popular topic of immigration, Trump cites the issue of heroin in the U.S. which he partially attributes to the lack of border security. He said, “We have to have strong borders. We have some bad hombres.” Clinton said that her plan has some border security, but she doesn’t want “the deportation force that Donald has talked about.” She wants open borders.
Email Servers and Mexicans
On the issue of Hillary Clinton’s private email server fiasco, Clinton evaded by saying, “He never apologizes or says he’s sorry for anything.” She directed this towards the situation with Trump and the Gold Star family, as well as, a judge who was Mexican and a reporter with a physical disability. She added, “It’s not one thing, this is a pattern.”
This was a strong conclusion to the third and final presidential debates. The candidates have until November 8th to win over whatever is left of America that hasn’t already made their decision. We have two very different candidates running for office.
Donald Trump will do whatever is necessary to get America back on its feet by stimulating the economy, cutting and strengthening ties with foreign countries, and dealing with ISIS.
Who has your vote?