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10/19/2016

Fox News Debate

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Fox News anchor Chris Wallace did "an incredible job" as moderator of the third and final presidential debate. Wallace, whose performance has been applauded across the political spectrum, succeeded in making the exchanges substantive and keeping the discussion on issues voters care about. NBC may have been responsible for last nights debate passing the one moderated by Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz in popularity. During the debate, the Republican candidate was mentioned in 3.9 million tweets, while his Democratic rival was mentioned in 1.9 million. With Wallace as the sole moderator, Fox News Channel led all networks with 11.3 million viewers during the debate. ABC had 11 million, NBC had 10.4 million, CBS had 10.1 million, CNN had 8.7 million, Fox broadcasting had 6.6 million and MSNBC had 5.5 million

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CNN DEBATE

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10/09/2016

CNN DEBATE

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz will moderate the debate and try to put the focus on Trump’s vulgar locker-room talk that occurred nearly a decade ago and for which Trump has expressed regret and apologized. Trump’s challenge will be to convince undecided voters that though he is nowhere near perfect, he will always put America first while Clinton will side with the globalists. Trump has to convince voters tonight that he is like the athlete whom everyone hates when he is on the other team but needs on theirs. Will he be up to the task?

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Vice Presidential Debate

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10/04/2016

Vice Presidential Debate

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Tim Kaine lost badly to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence in Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate. Kaine could not stop interrupting Pence, at times sounding high-pitched and shrill, at times whining and defensive. Pence was cool and even-tempered — presidential, in other words, while Kaine seemed to be playing cable news pundit. The Democrat was often unable to suppress the juvenile impulse to shout campaign talking points, even in the middle of his opponent’s answers. Kaine seemed not to understand how un-serious he looked. Pence responded with a steady, and appropriate, put-down: “That’s nonsense.” Pence also beat Kaine over the head with the Russian “reset,” Clinton’s email scandal, and the Clinton Foundation. Moderator Elaine Quijano of CBS News stepped in to protect Kaine, especially when it came to the email scandal (though, to her credit, she at least asked about it, unlike NBC News’ Lester Holt in the first presidential debate). There was nothing in Tim Kaine’s performance that showed he could act like a president. Pence aced that test.

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(NBC DEBATE) ABC Tom Llamas

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09/26/2016

ABC Tom Llamas

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And the issue are an anti women thing I thought that was disgraceful but much more disgraceful but tonight but the commercialism she's taking. Because she's desperate calls coming out you know better than anybody we're really leaving now matches tied. When just came out in Pennsylvania that coming out on every state would doing very very well and I'm very proud that make America great again. He could not make them it. There's no way it. Publisher practically your prep was always efficient I felt my preference I think my prep was very I really into it annual message to undecided voters undecided voters and apple develop implement and look to drop. I thank you mr. Trump's thank you.

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(NBC DEBATE) THE SPIN ROOM

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09/26/2016

THE SPIN ROOM

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Later in the spin room, an NBC correspondent — not clearly identified but sounding like Hallie Jackson — repeated the question. As video from NBC shows, this reporter asked only one question as Trump made his way through a line of reporters, and she chose as her only contribution to the post-debate discussion: “Will you accept the outcome of the election?” Trump responded, “Oh yes, absolutely. I will.” They wanted Trump to urge his supporters to reject the election results and cause widespread chaos — to sound like a Nicolás Maduro or some other caudillo, a big theme in the Never Trump movement. They wanted to plant a meme that Trump may encourage a violent coup, even a civil war — so they can blame him for any more violence against his supporters. However, Trump quickly shut it down, with an “absolute” yes — even when they tried to fish for a gaffe a second time.

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(NBC DEBATE) FOX SEAN HANNITY

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09/26/2016

FOX SEAN HANNITY

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Immediately following the presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump spoke with Sean Hannity about his and Hillary Clinton’s performance. Regarding “repatriating money”, Trump said his plan to pressure companies to stay in America would create a $2.5 trillion windfall. “She talks like she’s been talking for years,” he said, “but nothing ever gets done.” Trump said. “Can you imagine this? How to defeat ISIS on a website? Would General George Patton [use a website]?” He said he softened his approach to Hillary’s pro-women policy proposals, saying it would be “disrespectful” bring up certain allegations against her husband, Bill Clinton.

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NBC DEBATE

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09/26/2016

NBC DEBATE

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Donald Trump’s goal isn’t to win a second-by-second comparison with Hillary Clinton.  It’s not to out-jab Clinton on policy points.  And it’s not to get random voters to click one way or another on Luntz’s machine. Trump’s goal is to position his candidacy for victory in November.  Nothing more, nothing less – and if you’re missing this distinction, then you’re analyzing the wrong metrics. Trump’s genius is in branding.  He’s probably the best branding expert in modern political history.  He’s astonishingly good at it. Jeb Bush is “low energy.”  Donald Trump is a “winner.”  Ted Cruz is “lyin’.”  Hillary Clinton is “crooked.”  Marco Rubio is “little” and a “choker.” We could argue about the accuracy of his branding, but that’s irrelevant.  Political campaigns are a perception-driven enterprise.  And in the first presidential debate, Donald Trump out-branded Hillary Clinton. It wasn’t even close.

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