It’s obvious that Donald Trump didn’t took well last night’s debate result, as most polls indicated that Hillary Clinton was considered the winner, so the businessman is now focusing on the second debate, claiming that he may “hit her harder”.
“I really eased up because I didn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings,” Trump said on Fox News, claiming that he was actually planning to talk about “the many affairs that Bill Clinton had” last night, but decided to avoid this topic, due to Chelsea, Bill and Hillary’s daughter, in the audience, according to The Washington Post.
“I didn’t think it was worth the shot. I didn’t think it was nice.”
As for Hillary Clinton, she had a totally different attitude, telling reporters that she had a “great, great time.” Even more, she added that last night was the moment that made it clear that she is better than her opponent.
“The real point is about temperament and fitness and qualification to hold the most important, hardest job in the world, and I think people saw last night some very clear differences between us,” the Democratic nominee said.
Hillary isn’t afraid of any attacks coming from her opponent
When asked about Donald Trump’s intentions to talk about her husband’s past in the next debate, Clinton didn’t seem very impressed, claiming that she will focus on the real issues of the United States in the confrontation.
“He can run his campaign however he chooses,” she said. “I will continue to talk about what I want to do for the American people.”
The next debate is scheduled for October 9, in St. Louis, while the final one will happen in Las Vegas, on October 19. The candidates’ running mates, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, will also face off, on October 4, in Farmville, Virginia.