What’s will be the next for Clinton and Trump after a brutal debate


Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hit the campaign trail again Tuesday, each claiming momentum from a contentious debate that is likely to be repeated in a dozen days.

While most analysts declared Clinton the winner of what may be the most watched political debate in history, Trump claimed otherwise and said on Twitter that he enjoyed the experience.

“Crooked Hillary says she is going to do so many things,” Trump said. “Why hasn’t she done them in her last 30 years?”

Trump and aides complimented moderator Lester Holt of NBC News right after the debate but criticized him on Tuesday for not raising issues like the Clinton Foundation, the 2012 attacks on a U.S. facility in Benghazi, Libya, and the former secretary of State’s use of private email.

“He didn’t ask her about a lot of things that she should have been asked about,” Trump told Fox & Friends.

Clinton told reporters Tuesday morning that “we had a great time last night,” and “I’m looking forward to the next debate and then the one after that.”

Mocking Trump’s complaints about microphone quality in the debate hall, Clinton said: “Anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night.”