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Throughout his presidential race, Donald Trump has been the NASCAR candidate: The press and voters seem riveted by his campaign because there’s no telling when there might be a dramatic crash.
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Some people reacted by blasting Broaddrick for ‘disparaging people’s children’ – a comment that she laughingly dismissed by pointing out that Chelsea is now 36 years old – and older than Broaddrick was at the time of her rape: It is quite obvious that many people would prefer to see the Clinton’s leave politics altogether – not only their opponents on the right, but also the millions of leftists who witnessed the Democratic party taken over during the round, only to put up a candidate who is mired in controversy and scandal, and lacked the energy to carry on a full campaign.
And once again, he delivered a string of inaccurate statements.
With Republicans abandoning Trump in droves just 29 days before the election, Trump seemed content to drive all of them off—perhaps even his own running mate.
And that doesn’t even get to Trump’s bizarre pre-debate press conference with three women who accused former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton’s husband, of sexual misconduct, as well as a fourth woman whose rapist Hillary Clinton represented in court.
He openly slapped down his running mate, Mike Pence, over Syria policy, saying, “He and I haven't spoken and I disagree.” In perhaps the most surreal moment of a surreal evening, moderator Anderson Cooper had to tell a major-party nominee for president, “You bragged that you had sexually assaulted women. ”The Republican candidate, in the middle of the worst stretch of an often-turbulent campaign, was peevish and erratic, frequently interrupting his opponent.
He seemed even more ill at ease than he had during the first debate.