Hillary Clinton resisted this Monday the attacks of Donald Trump in a debate in which both candidates were shocked by their opposite views on the economy, racial discrimination and the credibility of both to lead the first world power. In the middle of a anticipation world, none has committed gross errors that could unbalance a campaign called. There was no out-of-tune capital of Trump, who made an effort to hold back. But Clinton managed to put on the defensive by questioning his credentials as a businessman, that they might accuse him of racism and to put in question his temperament to be commander-in-chief.
For Clinton, to discuss face-to-face with Trump, it was risky. Trump, in addition to property tycoon, is a star of the reality show and feels comfortable in the pressing catch show. For Trump, a candidate with a marked tendency to improvisation, to face for the first time with an experienced political as Clinton, and he is confronted with his own lies and exaggerations, also pose a risk.