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Las Vegas, Nevada – Last night Americans watched with great interest the final presidential debate between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald J. Trump. The contest turned out to be the venue that everybody had hoped for. Both Republican and Democratic party members claimed their candidate was victorious after the 90 minute event.
Trying to be as objective as possible, I believe Donald Trump got the performance he really needed and won the contest. Hillary Clinton appeared frazzled at times and seemed to be under constant distress when trying to defend accusations stemming from the Wiki Leaks materials. Clinton also appeared confused several times, and offered vague answers as she tried to pivot away from more than a few questions coming from the debate’s moderator concerning her involvement with what many Americans believe are extremely important subjects.
Donald Trump on the other hand remained calm throughout the entire debate and scored points repeatedly when he pressed Clinton on her mishandling of six billion dollars, her involvement with paying protesters to disrupt Trump’s rallies, and her willingness to take millions of dollars from countries that routinely mistreat and kill defenseless women. At one point Trump challenged Clinton to return monies she received from such countries. Clinton just stood there looking dumbfounded. Trump definitely delivered his best performance out of the three debates on this particular evening.
On the major issues facing America Trump was strong, Hillary not so much. Trump spoke intelligently about his detailed plans regarding economic recovery for the country. He showed great vision and his blueprint for success seemed logical and realistic while Clinton’s economic proposal for America seemed to lack vision and appeared to be nothing more than a rehash of President Obama’s ideas that haven’t been successful in over eight years.
On the whole, I believe Trump delivered a major victory for Republicans and performed with presidential-like style the entire evening.
While many of the mainstream news outlets will probably call the contest a draw or in some instances pronounce Hillary the winner, the overwhelming feeling from many people in attendance was that Donald Trump did exactly what he had to do in order to secure a victory on November 8
LATEST LA TIMES POST DEBATE POLL HAS TRUMP AHEAD OF CLINTON:
The USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times “Daybreak” poll tracks about 3,000 eligible voters until election day, asking on a regular basis about their support for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or other candidates as well as their likelihood of actually casting a ballot.
The above referenced poll was considered the most accurate poll in the prediction of the 2012 US presidential race.