Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points toward Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during Monday’s presidential debate. There were strong remarks from both sides. Clinton accused Trump of saying crazy things. She laughed at him. She accused him of being a racist. And she warned about his temperament. Trump accused Clinton of being “totally out of control” and lacking stamina. At one point, Trump said he could have said something “very rough” about Clinton and her family, but that he refrained from doing so because it is “inappropriate” and “not nice.”
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points toward Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during Monday’s presidential debate. There were strong remarks from both sides. Clinton accused Trump of saying crazy things. She laughed at him. She accused him of being a racist. And she warned about his temperament. Trump accused Clinton of being “totally out of control” and lacking stamina. At one point, Trump said he could have said something “very rough” about Clinton and her family, but that he refrained from doing so because it is “inappropriate” and “not nice.” Joe Raedle Associated Press
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points toward Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during Monday’s presidential debate. There were strong remarks from both sides. Clinton accused Trump of saying crazy things. She laughed at him. She accused him of being a racist. And she warned about his temperament. Trump accused Clinton of being “totally out of control” and lacking stamina. At one point, Trump said he could have said something “very rough” about Clinton and her family, but that he refrained from doing so because it is “inappropriate” and “not nice.” Joe Raedle Associated Press

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Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.