Hillary Clinton’s three debate performances left the Trump campaign in ruins

ditor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft. Donald Trump didn’t just destroy himself. Hillary Clinton destroyed him. The third and final presidential debate has ended, and it can now be said: Hillary Clinton crushed Donald Trump in the most effective […]

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Trump facing must-win debate

Donald Trump needs a win at the second presidential debate on Sunday if he is to build on the momentum that his running mate, Mike Pence, has created for him. Pence, the governor of Indiana, is widely seen as having bested his Democratic counterpart, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, at the sole vice presidential debate on Tuesday evening. In doing so, Pence turned the page […]

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Trump says he was ‘holding back’ in debate with Clinton

Republican nominee for president Donald Trump told a fired-up crowd in Melbourne that he has the momentum for victory after what he said was a strong win in Monday’s debate against Democrat Hillary Clinton. Trump said he won the debate, even though “I was holding back. I didn’t want to embarrass her.” But Trump wasn’t holding back during his hour-long speech Tuesday evening at the […]

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For Trump-Clinton Debate, The Biggest Rules Are Secret

When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off for their first debate on Monday, a strict set of rules are designed to govern the event. Besides the candidates themselves, however, virtually no one actually knows what the rules say. It’s a curious tradition in general election debates: The candidates’ top strategists negotiate written rules and keep them a closely guarded […]

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The Democrats are supposed to hold one more debate. Only one of them seems to want to talk.

Hillary Clinton says she’s looking forward to debating Donald Trump, and she will probably get her chance. But maybe she’s not as eager to participate in another debate in the meantime. Clinton and rival Sen. Bernie Sanders agreed months ago to a series of debates extending through the Democratic primary season. The last one, long assumed to be set for […]

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