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A clarification for today's front page. It seemed a bit jarring that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton did not shake hands at all at the debate. So I set out to investigate if that ever happened before in a presidential debate. I watched footage from...
Hillary Clinton gets Bs, Donald Trump’s grades more varied in third debate.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on the economy.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on the world’s hot spots.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on debt and entitlements.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on immigration.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on the Supreme Court.
Where the two presidential candidates stand on their fitness to be president.
ST. LOUIS – While supporters of GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton bicker following the second presidential debate, one participant is being greeted with almost universal approval: Kenneth Bone. The mustachioed undecided voter from Illinois clad in a red sweater and khakis became an internet sensation almost instantly Sunday night when he took part in the town hall-style forum by asking the candidates about energy policy.
The question has been asked so many times over the past 16 months of this presidential election that it has become a cliche: Has anyone ever seen anything quite like this? And yet, once again, Donald Trump took Campaign 2016 to places no one could have imagined when it all began.
Doug Clark: There are a lot of better debates I’d pay to see – Mike Leach vs. the Pullman cops, for example, or first-term Mayor Condon against second-term Mayor Condon.
It took Alicia Machado a long time to speak about all her experiences with Donald Trump, and all that the year she spent working for the then Trump-owned Miss Universe pageant unleashed. Since the late 1990s, all that most people who are aware of Machado have known about her is that she was crowned Miss Universe in 1996, tangled with Trump over her weight and then moved on to a career in TV and movies.
Hillary Clinton apparently has the Google edge after the presidential debate. Google Trends says more people looked up Clinton’s name than Republican Donald Trump’s in all 50 states following Monday’s debate. Google says Trump searches led in the majority of states before the debate.
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is in the books. I tweeted, took notes and picked some winners and losers. They’re below.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of self-dealing and racism and he attacked her long political record as empty and ineffectual as the two rivals bared their deep personal dislike Monday in a slashing and sharply pointed first presidential debate. The two differed – among many issues – over taxes, the state of the economy and how to mend the country’s fraught race relations.
WASHINGTON – Donald Trump’s habit of peddling hype and fabrication emerged unabated in the first presidential debate while Hillary Clinton played it cautiously in her statements, though not without error. They both denied making statements that they are on the record as saying. A look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with the facts:
The Clinton and Trump backers who watched the debate found much to cheer, as well as jeer. Here’s a look at the scenes of debate watch parties hosted by Spokane County Democratic Party and Northwest Grassroots, which backs Trump.
There was a lot of resignation and exasperation among bar patrons throughout the Spokane area Monday night as they watched the first presidential debate.
Washington and Idaho congressional and party leaders split down party lines in their impressions of Monday’s first presidential debate.
After months of tangling from afar, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will confront each other face-to-face for the first time in Monday night’s presidential debate, laying out for voters their vastly different visions for America’s future.