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Clinton looked for attention while Trump wanted to show power, body language expert says

Despite what the pundits or polls say, the presidential candidates' temperament at Monday night's debate was on display in their body language, starting right at the opening handshake. More from Inside Edition: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Spar in First Presidential Debate - Here Are the Highlights Body language expert Tonya Reiman analyzed the debates and looked at the expressions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as they went at each other at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York.
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