China becomes hot topic during US presidential debate - CCTV

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton held their first presidential debate - or better said, a war of words -- on Monday at Hofstra University in New York. China became a hot topic during the heated back-and-forth talks. Both Trump and Clinton mentioned ...

Trump Destroyed Clinton on the Economy. Here's What She Should Say Next Time. - Slate Magazine (blog)

Monday night's presidential debate began poorly for Hillary Clinton. Very, very poorly. Subject No. 1 was the economy, and the woman on whose shoulders liberal democracy might presently rest spent much of the opening discussion getting absolutely ...

Presidential debate 2016: Four ways gender played a role - BBC News

Ahead of time, many wondered if Donald Trump - who in past debates with his mostly male Republican rivals used insults and personal attacks - would use the same tactics with Hillary Clinton. But Trump never openly insulted Clinton, never called her ...

Lester Holt Was Almost Invisible at the Presidential Debate—Except for One Big Moment - Fortune

He mostly avoided interrupting Clinton and Trump. Many eyes were on veteran NBC news anchor Lester Holt to see if he would fact-check the candidates at Monday night's first presidential debate following weeks of discussion in the media over a moderator ...

Vote Now: Who Won the First Presidential Debate Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump? - Fortune

We want to know what you think. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off Monday night in the first of three debates they will hold before Election Day. Now that one of the most anticipated, and likely one of the most widely watched, debates in modern ...

What to watch for in tonight's debate - PBS NewsHour

There are few real make-or-break moments in presidential elections. Tonight's opening-round debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump could very well become one. But then again, maybe not. Polls show that roughly 90 percent of voters have ...