Kellyanne Conway: Trump Would Be Willing to Challenge Clinton to Another Debate
Kellyanne Conway gave a radio interview to John Catsimatidis on Sunday, where she was asked about how the Trump campaign will take its message to the voters now that the debates are all done. Conway said the polls were looking good for them in swing states, though she wishes that there were more debates for America to see Trump and Clinton matched up against each other.
“I think Donald Trump would challenge Hillary Clinton to another debate for a very simple reason: unless you are a money donor, you are not going to have much access to Hillary Clinton out on the stump now. So, to give people a free opportunity to see them side by side and have them really mix it up on the issues to me is the purest form of democracy,”
Conway went on to praise Chris Wallace‘s job as moderator, stating that he did good work in scrutinizing the candidates’ controversies while allowing them to outline their presidential visions.
“I really feel like the country benefits from this type of forum, and we’d be willing to have another one if they can squeeze it in.”
While certain online polls would disagree, scientific polls suggest that Clinton came out victorious in all three debates. Conway conceded on Meet the Press that Trump is behind Clinton in several national polls, but she said that Clinton is relying on the negative campaign funded by her war chest, while Trump just has to focus on the issues.
Listen above, via The Cats Round Table.
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