Clinton and Trump collide on approach to racial inequality in the first debate
In the first televised debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went on the Tuesday morning and hard. So she and Clinton and Trump among others, on the approach of racial inequality.
Clinton explained that afro-Americans in declining urban areas more opportunities should be given, while Trump especially emphasized that there is rule of law.
Clinton stated that Trump a long history of “racist behavior”. That Trump Obama ever asked for his birth certificate to show, is that according to Clinton, a “painful example” of. Clinton was referring to a recent speech by Michelle Obama: “If they the low road to take, we choose the high road”, she introduced.
The debate began Tuesday morning with a discussion about employment. Trump emphasized that American jobs at this time in the rapidly disappearing abroad. He called for tax cuts for the rich.
Clinton that Trumps tax cuts backfire would work; the national debt would rise and jobs would disappear. The middle class should be helped, said Clinton – a traditional position of Democrats.
The debate was fierce. Clinton said, for example, that Trump refuses to show how much tax he pays, because he has things to hide and no tax to pay. “I will my tax refund show if mrs. Clinton her deleted e-mails show”, said Trump.
In the run-up to the elections, there are a total of three direct debates between Clinton and Trump, and one between the candidate vice presidents.
The debate of Tuesday morning, ninety minutes in duration, and not interrupted by commercials, is held on the campus of Hofstra University, a university with Dutch roots just outside of New York. The debate draws in the United States, probably about one hundred million viewers.
First debate Clinton and Trump in the picture
Trump and Clinton enter the stage prior to the debate.
Bill Clinton and Melania Trump shake hands just before the debate starts.
Clinton and Trump during the debate.
Clinton during the presidential debate.
It was Tuesday night occasionally and hard in the debate.
In the run-up to the elections, there are a total of three direct debates between Clinton and Trump.
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