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Watch the full first 2016 Presidential Debate PBS NewsHour
DONALD TRUMP: Nobody knows the system betterthan me. I alone can fix it. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: I'm going to closemy campaign focused on opportunities for kids and fairness for families. DONALD TRUMP: Hillary failed on the economy. Everything she touched didn't work out, nothing. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: Even if you're totallyopposed to Donald Trump, you may still have some questions about me.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I'm Judy Woodruff. GWEN IFILL: And I'm Gwen Ifill. Welcome to this quot;PBS NewsHourquot; special coverageof the first debate between the two majorparty presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton andDonald Trump. The stage is set at Hofstra University onLong Island, New York. With the election 43 days away the race tightening,a lot is on the line tonight, Judy. JUDY WOODRUFF: It certainly is, Gwen, andgiven that this is the first time these two
have faced each other one on one. Lester Holt of NBC News will be moderating. Joining us at the table are our regular contributors,syndicated columnist Mark Shields, New York Times columnist David Brooks, and from TheCook Political Report, Amy Walter. We welcome all you have here for the nexttwo hours. Amy, let's start with you. What are you looking foré AMY WALTER, The Cook Political Report: Eachof these candidates has an enthusiasm gap
problem within their own party. So, they have got to get their partisans firedup. For Hillary Clinton, it's young people. For Donald Trump, he's got to get those whitecollegeeducated voters back into the Republican fold, where they have been. And then they have got to get those voters,both of them, who are torn, don't like either choice they have in front of them, to pickthem. GWEN IFILL: Mark Shields, what would you surpriseyou the most of what these candidates might
or might not do tonighté MARK SHIELDS: Does Donald Trump dare to beboringé Does he come out sedatedpresidentialé And can Hillary Clinton, who is a marvelousand superior deliverer of information, make an emotional connection with American votersé JUDY WOODRUFF: David, what are you on theedge of your seat looking foré DAVID BROOKS: We have been around each othertoo long. I wrote down emotional connection.
(LAUGHTER) MARK SHIELDS: Did youé DAVID BROOKS: This is not a cognitive night. This is not philosophy. This is not grand strategy. It's moment of intimacy, that unscripted momentwhen the unconscious is revealed that will be replayed on YouTube over and over and overagain. And so it's just, is he commanding or is hecruelé