First Presidential Debate | KCET
First Presidential Debate
While the spin doctors are still spooling out their lines on what they want us to think about the first presidential debate, your Ballot Brief staff has come up with our own favorite moment.
We had a lot to choose from -- there was the statement from Trump that made Hillary go "Woo!"; or the tussle over Trump releasing his tax returns, but the exchange in the clip above made the top of our list. It's also one of Politico Magazine's Ten Most Memorable Moments of the Presidential Debate.
ABC News weighs in here with its Ten Moments That Mattered.
And Time magazine analyzes the moments when the debate audience clapped, even though moderator Lester Holt admonished them not to.
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