Every Trump rally foreshadowed his attack on the debate moderators as the face of the larger media, which he claims treats him unfairly as a way of distracting from his follies. But when nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took opening questions, all hell broke loose.
Following the first debate last month, Trump complained not about moderator Lester Holt, but his podium microphone, speculating that it was tampered with to affect his voice.
Some even suggested that Cooper was jealous because he couldn't "get with" Trump. And many republicans and independents have said the same thing.
"I don't think you understand what (the audio) was", Trump said. When Trump asked Anderson why he wasn't bringing up Hillary's emails, and Cooper replied that he had, Trump replied "It's nice".
When Trump dismissed the comments as 'locker room-talk, Cooper asked: 'Have you ever done those things?' Raddatz pressed him twice on the fall of Aleppo and at one point actually forgot she isn't a candidate and debated him on our military strategy in Mosul. "I'd like to know".
So it went as the night wore on: For long periods of time the invited voters had as much influence on events as wallpaper. She went over a minute over, and you don't stop her. "Is that the discipline of a good leader?"
Trump said that he would like to find a Supreme Court Justice molded after Justice Scalia when finding a replacement for the vacant seat.
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If that timetable is agreed upon, it would push the review beyond the March 2019 election. "We chose a course that we believed was right", Mr Baird said.
He believes that he may be deported from the U.S or his family wouldn't be able to come to visit him in the states in the case of a Trump presidency.
Bizarrely, the people were interested in substantive policy questions rather than in doing what the moderators wanted them to do, which was to make like Tom Cruise grilling Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men". She pointed out that a position stated by Trump countered that of one outlined by running mate Mike Pence. "He and I haven't spoken, and I disagree". Hearron said, referencing a moment during the debate when Trump disagreed with running mate Mike Pence on working with Russian Federation, saying "he and I haven't spoken". Raddatz noted that the topic had been fact-checked.
Throughout the debate, Raddatz consistently held both candidates accountable when asking questions, and would often guide them back to the topic at hand if they strayed. He has repeatedly shown how easy it is for opponents - whether Clinton or Republican primary contenders - to get under his skin.
They chose to end it on a disarming note - throwing it to an audience member who asked each candidate if they could think of one positive thing to say about the other.
Clinton handled the debate like a tank, rolling over and crushing Trump with a monotonous and utilitarian "everything he just said is a lie".
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