US 2016: Millions Watch Clinton, Trump In Explosive Presidential DebateFeatured, Latest News, U.S./Canada, World News Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The arguably most watched US Presidential debate has held with the leading candidates – Democratic, Mrs. Hillary Clinton and her Republican counterpart, Mr. Donald Trump clashing over issues bothering on jobs; terrorism and racism.
No fewer than 100 million viewers watched the first live New York Presidential debate, which involved many strong verbal exchanges.
The attacks at a point turned personal as Mr. Trump accused his rival, Mrs. Clinton of lacking the proper temperament to be elected the US President.
In her return, Mrs. Clinton attacked Mr. Trump, alleging that he refused to release his tax returns.
Shortly before the debate, polls have suggested that Clinton and Trump were locked in a dead heat, a development that increased tension between the two on stage while the debate lasted.
Allegation by Mrs. Clinton against Mr. Trump over failure to disclose his tax returns later thrown the Republican candidate on the defensive, as the moderator Lester Holt asked question in the same regard.
Mr. Trump however claimed he was under a “routine audit”, therefore, would release the document once the auditing was finished.
However, the hotel developer promised to release Mr. Trump’s documents, when his opponent, Mrs. Clinton, released 33,000 emails allegedly deleted during an investigation into her private email set-up while still the Secretary of State.
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