It was not a pretty debate. The moderator did not do his job. I sincerely believe that the best way to run one of these debates is to have someone sitting in a booth, or at an audio board, who can turn off each candidate's microphone - whenever the candidate runs over their specified time limit, and/or whenever the candidate stops speaking about the current, announced topic. That way neither candidate could interrupt the other - neither candidate could talk louder and louder to drown out their opponent - and neither candidate could interrupt, or ignore, the moderator. I had entertained great hopes that Lester Holt would be able to control the candidates and moderate an intelligent debate. Nope, couldn't happen. Didn't happen. I was disappointed.
CNN did some quick fact-checking during, and immediately after, the debate. It was found that in one instance that Clinton stretched the truth a bit, but was totally correct regarding the outcome of a statement. Trump was listed as making a false statement eight times, and as stretching the truth four times, and being incorrect at the outcome. I can't wait to see what else is found by the time I get going in the morning!
I am driving a friend's car this week. He printed his own bumper sticker and placed it on the rear of his vehicle - a rather large white rectangle (on a navy blue car) with black letters that read: