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Clinton says he’s not ready for prime time and Trump seems to prove it.
While pundits and analysts dissect the finer points of the presidential debate, we want to know your initial reaction: Was there a clear winner and, if so, who?
There hasn’t been a more eagerly anticipated presidential debate in decades. Who do you think will win, Clinton or Trump?
New book reveals sharp insights on America’s most famous pols
Donald Trump is like a character in Alice Through the Looking Glass who told Alice, “When I use a word it means just what I choose it to mean -- neither more nor less.”
The debate that will change the world for the next four years takes place Monday night.
The bronze bust of Obama stands in the Barack Obama Plaza in Moneygall, Co. Offaly.
“I’m not sure he’s a Republican,” said the U2 frontman when asked about Donald Trump.
The question being posed by just about all Irish onlookers is “how is Hillary not way ahead?”
Clinton did something that genuinely startled me. She sat down with Humans of New York, and she told the unvarnished truth.
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