Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that the contentious second presidential debate was not tougher than she expected, but told reporters rival Trump, ''is not fit to be president and commander-in-chief. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that the contentious second presidential debate was not tougher than she expected, telling reporters, "I pretty much saw what I expected to see," saying Trump, "is not fit to be president and commander-in-chief. She said what surprised her in the debate was the "avalanche of falsehoods.:" The 90-minute debate got off to a chilly start when the two candidates for the Nov. 8 election greeted each other without the traditional handshake. It quickly turned into an acrimonious discussion of a 2005 video that emerged on Friday in which Trump was heard using vulgar language and talking about groping women without consent. Trump said he was embarrassed by the video but dismissed it as "locker room talk." President Bill Clinton had done worse to women, he said. "Mine are words and his are action," said Trump, who appeared before the debate with women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct. In the debate, Trump also accused Hillary Clinton of going on the attack against women who had alleged sexual misconduct by her husband, president from 1993-2001. Hillary Clinton responded that Trump's comments showed he was unfit for the White House.