In a nutshell, the ongoing race for the White House is all-fluff-no-substance saga. The voters of the US and the rest of the world, watching closely the most important election of our times, should not live in a bubble.
The US presidential election is not at all about issues and problems plaguing the world. It's a personal vendetta between the two candidates.
Lack of professional responsibility
The rivalry between the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was on full display during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, on October 9 (Sunday night).
The entire election campaign as the RT says is all about sex, leaks and videotape.
Barbarian Trump and reluctant Clinton
In an opinion piece, The New York Times called Trump a "barbarian". If the Republican presidential nominee was crude and rude by conducting a press meet with the sexual abuse accusers of Bill Clinton just ahead of the debate, Clinton was "fundamentally" reluctant to take up challenges facing the nation.
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Poll verdict: Clinton leads the race
Within hours after the end of the second round of the debate, most of the poll results were in favour of Clinton.
Accordingto an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released on Monday, Clinton has opened up a 14-percentage-point lead against Trump nationally after the end of the debate. The CNN poll also says 57 percent of viewers think Clinton won the debate.
Meanwhile, let us check the Twitter accounts of both the candidates and know what they are saying on social media:
Is this really America? Terrible! pic.twitter.com/WiwC61PIFu— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 10, 2016
Wow, @CNN got caught fixing their "focus group" in order to make Crooked Hillary look better. Really pathetic and totally dishonest!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 10, 2016
The difference between Hillary and Donald in less than 45 seconds. pic.twitter.com/FEvRjpqDjF— Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine) October 11, 2016
We counted all the times Donald Trump lied in last night’s debate so you didn’t have to. https://t.co/kHkzkVkfmv— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 11, 2016