The Debate On The Circus Acts That Were Called The 1st Presidential Debate

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After viewing the circus acts that were called the 1st presidential debate and the vice-presidential debate that aired earlier in the month, my expectations for the 2nd debate were not too high. Unfortunately my even my low expectations were not met and I felt as though there was not a large enough improvement during this debate to have made any difference from the first one. While we saw some improvement in terms of candidate behavior, the rest of the debate was severely lacking in substance. Questions posed by the audience were shallow, then made even more so by the follow up questions from the moderators. On the topic of moderators, there appears to be a continuing theme of their lack of effectiveness that has carried throughout all of the debates including this one. Leading up to the 2nd debate we have seen the results of having two candidates with political views on complete opposite poles and personalities to match. The events of the first debate can easily be described as throwing water into a pot of hot oil and just watching it happen. Throughout the debate we had seen Donald Trump repeatedly interrupt and attempt to interject as Hillary Clinton was speaking in an effort to defend himself. However this interruptions were more of a nuisance, especially due to most of them being composed of the words ‘no’ and ‘not true’. Fortunately for the sake of everyone watching the debate, Trump learned to better control his interruptions and was largely silent while it was

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