Presidential Debate 2

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Presidential Debate 2

The United States presidential election debates 2016 are a series of debates held for the 2016 U.S. presidential general election.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD), a bipartisan association settled in 1987, organizes debates with the major presidential candidates.

About Debates


Presidential elections in the United States, it has become customary for the main candidates. The candidates of the two largest parties, currently the Democratic Party and the Republican Party engage in a debate.
These debates have nearly decided the topics discuss in the debates is the most controversial issues of the time and arguably elections. Candidate debates are not constitutionally commanding, but it is now considered a de facto election process. The debates are target mainly at undecided voters those who tend not to be partial to any political party.

Presidential Debate 1

The First Presidential Debate in 2016 election is start on September 26, 2016. And set the record as the most-watched debate in American history, with 84 million viewers.

The first debates between the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump defended each other, and the winners are “Hillary Clinton” in the debates held on 26 September 2016.

Question Asked in Debates:-

[1] Jobs and the economy
[2] Trump’s tax returns, Clinton’s emails
[3] Race in America
[4] Securing America
[5] Mutual acceptance

Presidential Debate 2


The second presidential debate took place on October 9, 2016, and the final is organized for October 19.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump opposed in often personal terms in the second presidential debate on Sunday night.
All CPD debates are start between 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
The Second debates again won by the Hillary Clinton

Clinton had more to work with regarding negative hits on Trump in this debate than she did when the candidates met last month. And she did less than she did in first debate. This debate are focus far more on Clinton than Trump.

Question and Answer asked in the Debates:-


[1] The Trump tape and Clinton’s emails

Question: – Knowing that educator are joining the presidential debates to student homework, do you feel that you are modeling important and positive behavior towards for today’s youth?

Trump: – Trump’s said that we had received many questions online. You call what you said “locked room banter.” You called kissing women without permission, grabbing their genitals. That is a sexual attack. You brag that you have sexually attacked women.

Clinton: – I will do want to follow up on emails. You said that handling of your emails was a mistake of yours. You opposes with the director—FBI Director James Comey—calling your handling of detail information quote “extremely careless.” The FBI said that 110 classified e-mails are exchange, eight e-mails were top-secret and that possible hostile players did gain access to those e-mails. Do not call that extremely careless?

[2] Affordable Care Act

Question: – The Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. It is not affordable. Premiums have gone up. Deductibles have gone up. Co-pays have gone up. Prescripts have gone up. And also the coverage has gone down. What will you do to make coverage better than before and the costs down?

Clinton: – Your husband called Obamacare “the craziest thing in the world,” saying that small-business owners are getting killed as rewards double, coverage is cut in moiety. Was he mistaken or was his mistake only telling the truth?

Trump: – You have said you want to end Obamacare. You have also said that you want to make coverage accessible to people with pre-existing conditions. How do you order insurance companies to do that if you are no longer ordering that everybody has insurance? What does that mean?

[3] Islamophobia and Syrian refugees

Question: – There are 3.3 million Muslims in the “United States” . You mention that working with Muslim nations but with this Islamophobia on the rise, how will you help people to deal with the consequences of specify as a threat to the country after the election is complete?

Trump: –  In December, said that “Donald J. Trump was calling for a total and complete abandonment of Muslims entering the United States until our country representatives can figure out what is going on. We have no choice.”
Your running mate said that the Muslim ban is no longer your position. Is that correct, and if it is, was a mistake to have a religious test?

Clinton: – You have asked for a raise from 10,000 to 65,000 Syrian refugees. We know you want tougher vetting. That is not a perfect method, so why take the danger of those refugees coming into the country?

[4] Wikileaks and taxes

Question: – What specific tax provisions would you change to ensure the richest Americans pay their fair portion of taxes?

Clinton:- Clinton paid speeches, which she has refused to release, and one line in particular in which you, Secretary Clinton, reportedly say that you need both a public and private position on certain issues. So Tiu from Virginia ask to, “Is it okay for politicians to be two-faces? Is it tolerable for a politician to have a particular stance on issues?”

Trump: – The New York Times publish three pages of your 1995 tax returns. They were shown that you claimed a $916 million loss, which means you could have avoided paying personal, governmental income taxes for years. You said that you pay state tax, employee taxes, real estate taxes, property taxes.
You have not answered, though, a simple question. Did you use that $916 loss to avoid paying federal income taxes?

[5] The war in Syria

Question: – If you were the president, what will you do for Syria and the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo? Is it a lot like the Holocaust when the US remained too long before we helped?”

Trumps: – Mr. Trump, let me repeat the question: I want to remind you what your running mate said. He said that provocations by Russian need to talk with American strength and that if Russia continues to connect with airstrikes along with the Syrian government forces of Assad. The United States of America should be prepare to use military force to strike the military targets, of the Assad regime. Do you disagree with your running mate?

Clinton: – You want Assad to go. You advocated provide rebels, but it looks like that may be too late for Aleppo. Talk about diplomatic efforts and those have failed. Ceasefires have failed. Would you introduce the menace of US military force beyond the no-fly zone against the Assad regime, to back diplomacy?

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