Though each of the three debates paralyzed us with suspense, all things have to end. Hillary Clinton had a grand performance in the last debate while Donald Trump relied on overly tough rhetoric. There was continuous provocation, insults and criticism especially coming from Trump who got very personal. He even stated about Hillary, “such a nasty woman”. They spared on topics ranging from immigration to trade and though Trump tried his best to win the debate, his own words ruined him.
Clinton’s answers had much more substance and is on point when explaining policies. However, the most memorable moment was when Donald Trump said that the country needed to round up and get rid all the “bad hombres”. This is clearly wrong to say. He again expressed hatred on his part against immigrants and later on in the debate, against women. It is awful to see a representative of the Republican Party use hate speech and attempt to bully his opponent.
Hillary Clinton is still advancing in the polls though and it seems that she’s got this election in the bag. She has always been prepared when it comes to debating and through three debates defended the Democratic Party’s movement and have made it easier for other Democrats to persist.
Trump has created a scenario for his campaign defined by his inability to change or tone down his language. There is an urgent political need for Trump to use his head and not open his mouth at all but his views and attitude have not not cooled down since the primaries. Even so, his popularity in some states is clear.
Donald Trump has his own troubles with his sexual assault and continued sexual comments about or directed towards women. He is loud and obnoxious an for many is becoming less and less tolerable. There is a general feeling in many places that the American public is fed up with Trump leading to the new virality of the statement “ I am not with him”.
It all clearly has to be up to the voters. The polls can mean a lot but much depends on the undecided voters and those that lean to the Green Party or Libertarian Party. There is still some evidence showing Clinton’s email dilemma seems to shadow over her campaign but it is almost certain now that Trump has set himself up for disaster. Even so, Americans will be watching closely in the coming days to see if Trump can still pull out an upset.
The most important change though is that many now believe the Republican presidential candidate will harm American values and may even lead the world into ruin. Trump’s temperament is just something that doesn’t represent democracy in America.