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Flipper: It's funny, because the debate question was about temperament, not stamina, yet Trump glossed over that until the very end of his answer. Stamina is different from temperament. What does Trump think would happen, that Hillary would just say, "oh, I'm too tired to do anything today, tell world leader Mr. whatever that I'll meet him tomorrow?" Even when they're on vacation, Presidents still work, still make decisions, and continue to be briefed on what's going on. I don't have a problem with the stamina of either candidate. I think they're both physically up to the job. But temperament is more important, and it was hilarious when Holt had to remind him what the question really was about, and then Trump cut Holt off mid-sentence and said he has a better temperament (as demonstrated by his yelling, interrupting Holt and Hillary many many times, and talking over them). Hillary was calm, cool and collected the entire time. It was quite the juxtaposition.