The Final Word on Trump-Clinton Debate: Donald Trump Won

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Drudge Report, CNBC, Time Magazine Polls
and Progressive Activist Michael Moore All Admit:
Donald Trump Won This Debate

September 22, 2016

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The Final Word on Trump-Clinton
Debate: Donald Trump Won

Drudge Report, CNBC, Time Magazine Polls
and Progressive Activist Michael Moore:
All Admit “Donald Trump Won This Debate”

The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 28, 2016, by Paul Evans. Excerpts from Michael Moore: Trump ‘Won’ and ‘We All Lost’, NewsMax, September 27, 2016, by Theodore Bunker. Featured video is The First Presidential Debate: Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump (Full Debate) | NBC News, September 26, 2016, by NBC: Please share this article with your friends and contacts!

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Paul Evans: I remember that right after this debate there seemed to be a certain degree of uncertainty, almost a vaccum of uncertainty about exactly what to think about it. There seemed almost a refusal to believe what was to me the evident truth about the debate: Hillary never hit Donald hard, yes, a few sharp jabs but overall, Donald scored a couple too and here’s the bottom line: Trump delivered a Presidential-looking and sounding performance. That alone is “winning it” for Donald with the average voter, who is mainly just looking for a justification to vote for him. This aspect of the debate alone means that Trump won. Donald Trump proved to the average voter, and especially to Independents and the 12 percent of voters who said the debate could change their minds, that he was a personage who fully belonged on a Presidential stage.

Hillary probed for openings, but overall Donald Trump delivered more of a genteel, measured intelligent attack and overall presence than did Clinton. She seemed like she didn’t even really have her heart in it, like she just couldn’t muster the enthusiasm any more (and the American voters can’t muster up any enthusiasm for you, either, Hillary). Trump just “sounded” like a President, and moreover a President with new, effective ideas. Trump never once got flustered, he never came close to losing it in anger over the Clinton misrepresentations, he never was at a loss for words, and behaved like a gentleman. Trump scored quite a few points on economics and the economic climate and situation for America. In comparison, Clinton sounded almost crass, only really returning a few times to Donald Trump’s taxes and “conflicts of interest” over his business affairs, as well as a few low blows as to his business affairs, too. Donald fairly well enjoyed himself, while Clinton struggled with exactly what sort of “emotional approach” to take, yes, she attacked a bit, and she certainly regurgitated the usual liberal “line,” and also hit him about his supposed racism. However, overall, Donald Trump won this debate.


According to The Washington Post, Trump quickly ran ads online proclaiming “Trump Won” and inviting viewers to contribute to his campaign. He was voted as the victor in multiple online polls, including ones from the Drudge Report, Time Magazine and CNBC, though the Post questions their reliability, calling them “garbage polls.”

Just Who won the Presidential Debate
Trump or Clinton?

Paul Evans: Then you have a man as left-wing and influential as activist/documentarian Michael Moore feeling really strongly that Donald Trump won the debate, so you can pretty much put it in the bank. Of course, he puts it in totally negative terms, but he still has concluded that Donald Trump won the debate, (and he’s right about that). Here’s Michael Moore on Twitter from September 26th:

It’s over. Trump, the egoist, the racist, the narcissist, the liar, “won.” We all lost. His numbers will go up. She told the truth. So what.

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See Newt Gingrich: Trump won the debate. Don’t believe the “Intellectual Yet Idiot” class, Fox News, September 27, 2016, by Newt Gingrich:

Trump wins strategically because in a blunt, clear style, he is saying things most Americans believe.

Trump’s opponents, including Holt and Clinton, felt good after the debate because their side was glib, articulate, and said things they and their friends believe to be true.

The Intellectual Yet Idiot class is so out of touch with America that they don’t even realize how badly they are doing and how well Trump is doing.

See How Trump won over a bar full of undecideds and Democrats, The New York Post, September 26, 2016, by Salena Zito: These people in the bar watching the Presidential debate were waiting to hear something that Clinton might say that would actually help them in their lives. She didn’t do it, while in Donald Trump’s message they saw specifics that would actually help them and their families: as Gingrich puts it, this is “required reading.”

Also see Despite venomous CNN poll showing Clinton handily won the debate, Trump won almost ALL the online snap polls afterwards, Daily, September 27, 2016, by Daily reporter: all the online poll results are here: “Trump acknowledged the result, tweeting: ‘Wow, did great in the debate polls (except for @CNN – which I don’t watch). Thank you!'”

See Jack Welch: I Love Trump’s Tax Plan and Capping Deductions On the Rich, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 20, 2016, by Paul Evans. Jack Welch is a former CEO of General Electric.

See Trump ‘Suddenly’ Has Electoral College Path, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 17, 2016, by Paul Evans. The polls show the race as about a dead heat, but in most of them Trump leads by a few percent among likely voters, those most likely to actually go to the polls and vote. Many if not most Americans have been unsure about Donald Trump, but they KNOW they neither really like nor trust Hillary. Therefore, the biggest problem Clinton faces, according to The Hill is an “enthusiam gap.” Americans just can’t get enthusiastic at all over a Clinton Presidency (and they’re right).

Donald Trump’s Vision for America

Remember, Independent and undecided voters, a Clinton Presidency would be, as I sum it up, “more of the same, only worse.” And a Clinton Presidency might just mean WWIII (or Armageddon) in a war against Russia, while Trump and Putin understand each other. Maybe under Donald Trump, America can get to the place where 75 percent of our citizens are not living paycheck to paycheck (and where one-quarter of Ohio’s children are not at a risk of hunger every month). America has utilized a strongly-Keynesian economic approach for about 75 years now, and look where we are: we strongly need reinvigorated American businesses — with factories and headquarters IN our country — and better jobs for all American citizens. We need a better regulatory climate for business and better trade relations with proper treaties with foreign nations. We need badly to put the “Ruebenite,” Keynesian economic advisers whom Bill Clinton put in power in the White House out to pasture. We also need to stop assisting middle-eastern terrorists to come into our nation, fade into the woodwork and then wreak havoc. Did FDR invite the Japanese to come live with us in WWII and then actually help them come here? That’s almost insane! All of this is central to the Trump plan for America. We need to put “America First.”

Donald Trump sounded like he was every bit of Clinton’s equal as a mind, and is fully equal to the task of being a President. For the average voter, the 53 percent of Americans who are Independent and the undecided, Trump’s performance was the winning one, because these voters (thanks to the liberal press) were almost afraid to understand that Trump’s is in fact a gifted mind and a man with a better vision for America’s future. This debate effectively changed the way undecided voters view Donald Trump. That alone is winning the debate. This is my genuine take on it, and some of the big polls agree with me.

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Comedy from Jimmy Kimmel Live!
on the Trump Clinton Debate:

From the late night comedy show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! “As predicted, this was the most-watched debate in the history of ever. More than 84 million Americans watched on television alone. They covered national security, the economy, Rosie O’Donnell, everything that needed to be covered.”

Also from Jimmy Kimmel Live! – “The police department in Lawrence, Kansas, tweeted this yesterday from their official account. They tweeted, ‘Reminder: We realize politics can make emotions run high, but being mad at a presidential candidate in a debate is not a reason to call 911.’”

Jimmy also had this bit: Trump “said he wants to bring back stop-and-frisk, whereas Hillary wants to bring back ‘stop, collaborate, and listen’ as part of her Vanilla Ice initiative.”

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