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How Clinton Baited Trump

Libby Nelson describes Hillary Clinton’s subtle and skillful baiting of Donald Trump in the first Presidential debate on vox.com. The first rule of debating Donald Trump is to not try to play his game, because you will lose. You cannot win a shouting match with Trump. You cannot force him to back down and admit [...] The post How Clinton Baited Trump appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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