CNN is reporting that the first set of questions at the second presidential debate in St. Louis will be about the vulgar comments that Donald Trump made in 2005.
First set of questions at Sunday night's presidential debate will be about Donald Trump's vulgar comments from 2005https://t.co/xzK5dy5PFH
— CNN (@CNN) October 9, 2016
“Hillary Clinton will get the first question.
Moderators Anderson Cooper of CNN and Martha Raddatz of ABC have adjusted their plan for the debate in light of the Trump tape, sources told CNNMoney.”
Here are four major Hillary Clinton scandals that will not be part of the opening round of questions:
- Why she deleted thousands of emails
- Why she decided it was acceptable to use a private email server
- The details surrounding her involvement (or lack thereof) in the response to an attack in Benghazi, Libya that left four Americans dead
- The Clinton Foundation’s donations and ties to foreign governments
Topics off limits at tonight's debate:
-Democrats' sex scandals
-Illegal foreign donations
— Josh Earnst (@NotJoshEarnest) October 9, 2016
There are major points of corruption that need to be investigated further by media members who are reluctant to pursue them at all. Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz will be “moderating” the debate, which will be in townhall style.