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Among the many things Donald Trump failed to do in Monday night’s debate—look presidential, offer policy proposals, speak coherently—was shut up, even when it was his turn to shut up. It’s amazing how many Trump interruptions are packed into this one-minute video:
Donald, women love it when you talk over them!
Donald Trump made a big admission during Monday night's presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, an admission he tried to take back just an hour later on his way to the spin room. He admitted that he doesn't pay taxes.
Moderator Lester Holt asked Trump whether and when he was going to release his taxes, saying, "Don't Americans have a right to know if there are any conflicts of interest?" That led to Trump's long song and dance about how he's under audit and he'll do it when the audit is complete and he'll do it if she releases her emails.