The Heat: US Presidential election

The Heat

The Heat: US Presidential election

The gloves were off as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met for their second debate to see who will be the next U.S. President.

It’s been a rough few weeks for Donald Trump. Widely seen as having lost the first debate, last Friday saw the release of a decade old tape of him using crude language about women. With some prominent supporters now abandoning him, the Republican candidate headed into yesterday’s debate with a lot to prove.

CCTV American Jim Spellman reports.
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Tonight’s panel has more on the second debate and the U.S. presidential debate:

  • Leonard Steinhorn, political strategist and professor of public communication at American University
  • Hamoud Salhi, associate dean and a professor of political science at California State University Dominguez Hills
  • Atiba Madyun, president of The Madyun Group
  • Afshin Molavi, senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute
The Heat: US Presidential election PT 1

The Heat: US Presidential election PT 1

The gloves were off as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met for their second debate to see who will be the next U.S. President. CCTV American Jim Spellman reports. Tonight’s panel has more on the second debate and the U.S. presidential debate and includes Leonard Steinhorn, political strategist, and professor of public communication at American University; Hamoud Salhi, associate dean and a professor of political science at California State University Dominguez Hills; Atiba Madyun, president of The Madyun Group and Afshin Molavi, senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute.

The Heat: US Presidential election PT 2

The Heat: US Presidential election PT 2

Tonight’s panel has more on the second debate and the U.S. presidential debate and includes Leonard Steinhorn, political strategist, and professor of public communication at American University; Hamoud Salhi, associate dean and a professor of political science at California State University Dominguez Hills; Atiba Madyun, president of The Madyun Group and Afshin Molavi, senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute.