He was better at getting his message across than she was, because his message was simpler. He was not at his worst. In that poll, released on September 21, Trump held a 2-point lead when Johnson was included.
"As far as I'm concerned, I'm not impressed by both of them", he said of the candidates.
Those include her perceived mishandling of the 2012 terrorist attack on a US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which ended in the death of a USA ambassador.
Both CNN and CBS have limited availability left for the next debate on October 9, the sources said. Trump wasn't almost as bad as I anticipated - much closer to reality on the economy, police, guns and Iran, for instance, if issues still count in this contest.
Asked whether Hillary Clinton had got under his skin, Mr Trump said "at the end maybe, at the very last question". Mrs Clinton noted that it was her granddaughter Charlotte's second birthday as she pledged to achieve gender parity in the workplace and increase taxes for the wealthy. "And you know what else I prepared for? If anything might have influenced me, besides studying the issue more closely, it was through the wise counsel of my good friend Bernie Sanders".
While the NY real estate mogul found himself in another controversy over his fresh insults about the weight of a former beauty pageant victor, Clinton tried to keep up the momentum after her forceful debate performance.
The care he took with her title was a reminder of the voters he was aiming to win over.
The survey result showed little movement following Monday night's presidential debate, the first of three debates before the November 8 election.
Clinton's campaign announced Tuesday that she had gained the support of former Virginia Sen.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are introduced during the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. Almost all expressed concerns with Trump's critical and often demeaning comments about women, as well as his approach toward Clinton in the debate.
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"She doesn't have the look".
Widergren said she was particularly appalled to learn that the billionaire businessman hadn't paid contractors who worked for him. What the country needs is "an adult in the White House". A video featuring Machado, a Clinton supporter, was released less than two hours after the debate finished.
Instead of wooing disaffected Republicans and GOP-leaning independents by moving to the center, Clinton played all night to voters on the left who helped elect and re-elect President Barack Obama.
Trump repeated his false accusation that Clinton's failed 2008 presidential campaign against Obama had initiated the so-called "birther" issue.
"Hillary is never stronger than when she was when she's a victim", Packer said.
Although during the debate Clinton was as high as 70 percent, her Monday night closing of 66 matched the highest closing number since her health took a stumble on September 11.
Specifically, Trump is likely to spend more time working on specific answers and sharpening his attacks after spending much of the first meeting on defense, said that person, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal campaign strategy.
But Trump, whose roots are in reality TV and the male-dominated construction world, has always had an in-your-face style - and not just with women, as others pointed out on Tuesday.
"I don't think it should be something implemented here in this city and I really hope that we begin to really go back to community-based policing, really enhance the relations between the community and the police, because we need the police and the police are here to protect and serve everyone", Davon said, adding that there was a need for "healing" with respect to policing in inner cities. Both Clinton and Holt made it sound as if stop-and-frisk was now illegal, at least in New York City, when what we have had instead is an officially condemned ruling by a federal judge that it had been unconstitutionally applied in the city.