Haitians are protesting the arrest of a prominent attorney who has brought corruption cases against important members of the country's government, including Haiti's First Lady. (Oct. 24)
Potomac89: I just finished watching the debates and thought Trump was very good, actually better than ever. He was interesting, had a theme, and was comprehensible. For the most part, he kept it professional and tried to focus on the real issues (economy, security, and foreign policy). On the other hand, Clinton was mundane, just blathering from one fake talking point to another and no one will remember anything she said now, except where she ended by piling insults on Trump as a sexist, etc. She had also been coached to smile and sometimes remembered to give us a fake smile, along with a little false laugh, through much of the debate. The moderator tried to help Clinton as much as he could by interrupting Trump several times to contradict him, although he never did the same to Clinton. Although subjected to one last ambush in the closing as a sexist by Clinton, Trump took the high road, held his fire and did not bring up the sexual escapades of Bill, and Hillary's subsequent mistreatment of the victims, which Trump said afterward he did not do because he saw Clinton's daughter and family sitting in audience and he just did not want to do that. But surprise, surprise, surprise, the talking heads came on after the debate in the media and it was like they had attended a staff meeting before the debate and had all their talking points about how Clinton had won the debate. It is hard to believe we saw the same debate. It seems the rich establishment types violently opposed to Trump and who have been running the country for the last 50 years, and want open borders and the off shoring of American jobs, gave the media its marching orders weeks ago in regard to the debate. Those orders seem to have been to report that Hillary won the debate regardless of outcome. Despite the media blitz to the contrary, Trump was much better in the debate in my view; more importantly, he was right on the issues.