Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump didn’t only spar with each other during the second US Presidential debate. They also said something nice about each other. After blaming each other for 90 minutes over anti-Muslim propaganda, sexual assault, supreme court judges and refugees from Syria, the duo was asked to say something nice about each other.
Clinton first laughed and without any hesitation she said that she respected Trump’s children. “They are incredibly honourable and devoted,” she said, adding, “I don’t agree with everything he says but as a mother and grandmother that is very important to me.”
Trump responded that he was “incredibly proud” of his children, but he was not sure if Hillary’s remarks were a compliment for his children.
About Clinton, Trump said he likes the fighter in Hillary. “She doesn’t quit. She doesn’t give up. I respect that,” he said, adding, “I’m a straight shooter. I say it like it is.” Trump didn’t forget to mention that he doesn’t like everything for which Hillary fights, but he considers this trait of her’s as “a very good trait”.
Earlier in the debate, Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, said that if he was elected as the president of the United States, he would instruct the attorney general to “investigate” Hillary Clinton and to put her behind bars for using her personal and unsecured email server during her tenure as secretary of state.
Speaking at the second presidential debate in St Louis in front of millions of viewers, Trump told the Democrat that she should be “ashamed of herself” for deleting 33,000 emails, reports the Independent. Trump said he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into the matter because she had endangered national security while she served as President Barack Obama’s chief diplomat from 2009-2013.
“I’m going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation,” Trump said. Responding to the Republican presidential nominee, Clinton said that her office had turned over 35,000 emails.
(With ANI inputs)