- Both candidates seem to think the election is rigged against them. Trump says outright that he thinks the election is rigged, while Hillary says that Russia is trying to rig the election by hacking her emails and releasing them.
- Both candidates criticized Russia, although Trump prefers to criticize China. Someone needs to tell them that the Cold War ended decades ago. No, but seriously, I dislike how both candidates are so cavalier when it comes to international conflicts. The news reports about how the situation in Syria right now could lead to World War 3 are terrifying, and I'd like both candidates to be firmly opposed to it.
- Trump refused to say if he would honor the final results, if he lost the election. If you remember, he said the same thing in the primaries, multiple times. It's a business negotiation tactic. I don't think it's a good one, but it certainly gets him lots of headline news articles.
- The moderators need some way to force a candidate to answer a "yes or no" question. Currently, the moderator does this by repeating the question over and over again, and it's kind of painful to see the candidates deliberately not answer a direct question, multiple times in a row.
- On Facebook, the debate seems to have started a battle of the sexes, which reminds me of the kerfuffle over the all-female Ghostbusters movie, only worse. Last I saw, both sides are unintentionally competing, to see who can say the most offensive, sexist things. I'm staying out of it.
Nancy Drew for President, 2016.