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georl: "The first of three presidential debates — comes as both candidates are viewed negatively by large numbers of Americans, with Democrat Clinton facing questions about her trustworthiness and Republican Trump struggling to convince many voters that he has the temperament and policy depth to be president". I know, Americans are frustrated about the Government's handling of the issues, but they are also blind. They're blind in that they see only what they want to see. They say....we can't trust Clinton. She lies. Can't trust her for what? Shoe me one politician you can trust and I'll show you a bridge you can buy real cheap. No politician is trustworthy, whether Democrat or Republican. They'll tell you anything you want to hear as long as they get your vote at election time. They say she lies. Lies about what, using her emails? She didn't deny using a private email account. It wasn't against the law. Most of Washington was using private email accounts including Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice. She didn't lie when she said she didn't receive classified material. When those emails were sent, they weren't marked "classified". The FBI reports clearly stated that. That report also stated that those emails weren't marked classified only after the FBI went through them. So where was the lie? Then you have Trump struggling to convince many voters that he has the temperament and policy depth to be president. Well, take a good look back at Trump from the beginning. Now compare him when he's speaking with and without a teleprompter. Without the teleprompter, he's wild and vicious lashing out at anything and everything, at anyone and everyone. Says things that don't even make sense at times. Then with the teleprompter, he's mild and mannered, almost gentlemanly actually. So ask yourself, if he's elected President, will he have a teleprompter installed in the Whitehouse and hire someone to type in all the things he's suppose to say and do? And what about his knowledge on policies and issues? Oh yes, he knows more about ISIS than the Generals do. That famous line. If you believe any of those things, then I know of a bridge you can buy dirt cheap. So the question is, which Trump will you get in the Oval office? The sarcastic maniac or the docile idiot who knows nothing. Your choice. We know one of these two will get elected. Personally, I think the best thing is to change those career politicians who decide and make the laws and that's your Congress and Senate. They are the backbone to this country. Whoever becomes President can make proposals for change, but it's the Congress and the Senate that will enact those changes. I think these are the people the voters should concentrate on. My opinion.