OFFICIAL Trump v. Clinton Debate Thread - Page 31
Debate 1 - She doesn’t have the stamina. I said she doesn’t have the stamina. I don’t believe she does have the stamina
Debate 2 -She’s a fighter. I disagree with much of what she’s fighting for. But she does fight hard, and she doesn’t quit. She doesn’t give up.
(Both of these are actual word for word quotes)
I'm perfectly fine to concede Trump lost first debate, it is quite obvious he had the upper hand for the most part of the second debate. Media sources say Hillary won - what a surprise, it couldn't be these media are a little biased towards a democrat?
Hillary going to jail under Trump =/= equal Trump putting her there with no trail
If anything it's a hint he would call Congressional Commission to investigate her, this happen in almost all countries after all the elections.
I know you guys hate Trump and that's okay there's a plenty reason for that, but this confirmation bias echo chamber you made for yourselves here is pathetic.
CNN headline "So Who Won the Debate?"
If non-zealots can agree that Hillary won the first debate, they can agree that Trump won the second debate and the victory was much more clear than her triumph over Trump in the first one. Megyn Kelly was on the brink of a breakdown before and after, exclaiming Trump "rated women on a scale of 1 to 10!" What a monster. Ranking the opposite sex on a scale is perverse and not the norm. We are outraged.
You are suffering from Trump derangement syndrome.
Trump suffered a literally historic loss in the first debate. It was so bad that it flipped the expected results of six states. This debate isn't going to change anything. There's no way Clinton lost this as badly as Trump lost the first. Unless she had admitted to criminal actions on stage, I doubt it would even have been possible.
This isn't really the issue I have with the whole email shindig. The issue I have is why-the-fark-would-you-have-a-mail-server-in-your-basement. There is absolutely no reason for anyone to host a mail server on a machine in her basement unless she's a tech junkie that wants to learn the ins and outs of Postfix. Is Hillary a closet Linux nerd? If not, my conclusion is that she requires privacy beyond that which is available from services like Google Apps or even the Clinton Foundation.
Why would someone require such privacy? Is it because she doesn't want anyone to know how honest she is?
Colin Powell had a personal server as well, and explicitly discussed why you'd want one. It was technically allowed at the time and let them get around the onerous record keeping requirements. Not exactly noble or in keeping with the spirit of government transparency, but the motives are pretty obvious. Government rules are an absolute pain in the ass even at my level, and I understand wanting to dodge them just to get some goddam work done if you can finagle it within the law. Dealing with those rules ought to be part of the job description, even for people at the top, but I don't think it requires malice or criminal intent to see someone dodge them.