Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman; and Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, chairman & CEO, discuss the need to implement changes in the nation's immigration law. Also, Gates and Buffett weigh in on the debate over the "fairness" of online sales tax.
Alice: Monday night's debate was a ego-bruising smackdown for a man who is essentially a walking, talking, unrestrained ego. And like most egomainiacs, Trump is already plotting his revenge on mean ol' Hillary for publicly humiliating him by being more prepared that he was. His strategy? He's going to hit her where he thinks it hurts: Bill's various extramarital affairs. Donald Trump said Monday night he didn't pursue a line of criticism he could have during the debate, out of respect for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea. "I'm really happy I was able to hold back on the indiscretions in respect to Bill Clinton. Because I have a lot of respect for Chelsea Clinton," he told CNN's Dana Bash, who then asked what he would have said. "Maybe I'll tell you at the next debate. We'll see. But I'm very happy," Trump said. In the closing minutes of the debate, Trump insisted that "I was going to say something extremely rough to Hillary, to her family, and I said to myself, I can't do it. I just can't do it. It's inappropriate. It's not nice." He was clearly talking about Bill Clinton and tried to play it off as if he were voluntarily holding back. But since Trump has no respect for anyone, it's obvious his debate prep team hammered home the importance of not going there. Ever. But Trump WILL go there...and make a fool of himself....again!