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Friday, June 23, 2017

Clinton beat trump in the first round of televised debates


In the United States held the first round of televised debates between candidates for presidents of the USA — Donald trump and Hillary Clinton. As shown by after the transmission of a poll among viewers of CNN, the winner in this contest came the candidate of the Democratic party.


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In support of Clinton voted 62 per cent of respondents, while trump only voted 27 percent of respondents. However, the majority of respondents said that they are a supporter of the Democratic party (42 percent), while sympathetic to the Republicans said only 26 percent of the audience.

It is noteworthy that the overall ranking of the politicians recently are almost equal, although trump is still somewhat lagging behind Clinton.

To experts interviewed by TASS said that during the first debate, Clinton presented a more advantageous position on foreign policy. In particular, she again accused President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the organization of cyber attacks on the servers of the US Democratic party.

In turn, trump successfully voted on trade. In addition, he stated that he would not strike the first blow for Russiabecause its nuclear Arsenal is superior to the American.

Meanwhile, Pentagon chief Ashton Carter lashed out at Moscow and threatened that the United States can launch a nuclear strike on Russia. Read the details in our material.

Election of the President of the United States. Chronicle of events
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