This Video Shows All the Times Trump Interrupted Clinton in Last Night's Debate


Throughout last night’s debate, Donald Trump showed that little things like Hillary Clinton talking would not get in the way of him hearing his own voice. For 90 minutes, the man who actually claimed—with a completely straight face—that his “strongest asset by far” is his “winning temperament,” proved he couldn’t control himself, barking over Clinton’s answers to provide rebuttals that often went nowhere or didn’t help his case at all. (Like when he interjected to defend rooting for the housing crisis—during which millions of Americans lost their home—by saying, “That’s called business!” Or when he possibly admitted to not paying federal taxes for years by blurting out, “That makes me smart.")

This video tallies the many, many times that Trump interrupted Clinton:

Trump’s manterrupting and mansplaining to a woman who clearly has a far better grasp on the issues than he does echoes the numerous studies showing how often men tend to interrupt women.

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