America came to a standstill in anticipation of the next round of debate. Both candidates, Republican and Democrat, are now in the aura of scandal. Expressive Donald Trump once again spoke rude and disrespectfully about women, and Hillary Clinton is waiting for the terrible exposure to WikiLeaks. Julian Assange holds her on the hook, which is quite nerving former Secretary of State. The campaigns of both candidates are burning, while the US presidential elections start in simple one month.
The Democratic nominee is waiting until Sunday’s debate high-profile before she responds to Trump’s video, according to a Clinton campaign official, where a dramatic exchange between Clinton and Trump could be the pivotal moment of the election. Many thinks Trump has slim chances to win Sunday’s round of debates.
Clinton’s allies were given a green light to react, but they were told there was no need to press the issue on network television while Republicans are still chaotically coming to grips with their nominee’s latest lewd comments. There’s a turmoil inside the Trump’s campaign, say the political experts.
How, exactly Clinton herself would address Trump’s incendiary remarks on Sunday night’s debate remained unclear. But more than 24 hours after the election-shaking video broke, the candidate herself had said nothing.
Trump also said in the video that “when you’re a star,” “you can do anything” to women. “Grab ’em by the p-ssy. You can do anything,” he said.