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Highlights From the Second 2016 Presidential Debate
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded blows during the second of three debates at Washington University in St. Louis.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton choose not to shake hands during their presidential town hall debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri Oct. 9. An action that established the tone for the 90-minute exchange, which included questions posed by audience members in the town hall setting.
Trump's wife Melania Trump, daughter Ivanka Trump, son Eric Trump and son Donald Trump, Jr. attend the town hall debate. This is the second of three presidential debates scheduled prior to the Nov. 8, election.
Clinton speaks as Trump listens during the second presidential debate. Trump was accused by his rival's campaign of "menacingly stalking" Hillary Clinton on stage at Sunday night's debate, with even a prominent supporter likening the billionaire to a gorilla.
Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick, three women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, watch the town hall debate.
Jones, Wiley, Broaddrick, and Kathy Shelton appeared alongside Trump before the debate where they made prepared remarks that were broadcast on Facebook and captured by a traveling press pool.
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Hillary Clinton, talks to former President Bill Clinton during the second presidential debate. Trump upped the tension prior to the debate by holding a brief press conference with several women who have in the past accused Bill Clinton of various forms of sexual assault.
Trump and Clinton confront each other during the second presidential debate.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump supporter, Ken Wilkison, cheers as he watches the debate between Trump Clinton during a watch party at Choppers Sports Grill in Denver, Colorado.
People at the LGBT-friendly Bar 10 react to comments made by Donald Trump during the second presidential debate.
A man watches a TV screen showing the live broadcast of the presidential debate at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea.
Clinton responds to a Trump attack quoting Michelle Obama's mantra that "when they go low, you go high."
The countdown clock shows that Trump is out of time during a response to a question during the town hall debate.
Trump and Clinton shake hands at the conclusion of their presidential town hall debate.