Recently there is another dose of the unique brand of absurdity at the second US presidential debate from Donald Trump, which turned into another classic competition. This man has always provided us with the most ridiculous and outrageous statements that often result in a feeling of immense anger.
The first time Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debated, 84 million people tuned in, it became the most watched presidential debate in American history. Sunday evening’s rematch in St. Louis, at Washington university, has now been the most highly anticipated in American history.
There are the 5 craziest comments from Trump in the second debate. Have a look.
Threaten To Jail: The New York Times puts it in a few words: “That’s dictator talk.” Trump has a panic in his mind about the election results. He has declared that he would imprison a political component to cheer from the audience.
Denial About Russia: At the risk of appearing not telling the truth Trump’s full remarks on the subject, a Presidential candidate openly admitted ignorance of one of the world’s major powers. He immediately took it back, saying that he knows nothing about the inner workings of Russia. As soon as he said the statement he immediately claimed that he doesn’t know Putin.
Lack Of Decency: From his comment, many people related that his words are an example of “boys will be boys”. Then he claimed that anywhere around whether in barber shop, dive bar or locker room, he has never head men bragging about sexual assault. This statement strike at our concept of individual decency, that Donald Trump doesn’t possess.
On Tax Evasion: In 1995, New York Times uncovered a loss of billion dollars and Trumps camp has been evading the question on this loss. When a moderator asked him about using $916 million loss to avoid paying federal income taxes, his response was, of course I do, that would concern anyone who pays into the American tax system.
I was so surprised to see (Bernie Sanders) sign on with the devil: Most politicians deionized their opponents to some extent, while a few literally do. Trump’s base does not have a high opinion of Hillary Clinton, but to call a candidate for President devil at the face, is a new squat in American political discourse.
Stephanie Ovadia has an insight that this act of Donald Trump will affect the election results significantly.
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Stephanie Ovadia is a practicing attorney, radio personality and mother of eight children. Stephanie's areas of practice include entertainment law and personal injury. She received her B.A. in political science from SUNY Binghamton and her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law.