Trump Versus Hillary-Second Presidential Debate


The Presidential debates which are taking place between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are turning out to be pathetic as it is now a venue for insults being hurled.

The latest had Trump referring to Hillary as the Devil. He was talking about the policy of trade. While praising Bernie Sanders who was Hillary’s Democratic opponent, he mentioned that Bernie Sanders would have been a legend only if he hadn’t made a deal with the Devil. He also stated that Sander’s stock went down because of this deal. He took the opportunity to declare that Hillary had cheated during her campaign against Bernie Sanders.


Trump also criticized Hillary’s well-thought plan of dealing with terrorist groups. Trumps expressed his opinion of attacking the terrorists by surprise and then talk about victory later on.

Trump made is a point to bring to the debate three women who have made allegations against Former President Bill Clinton. He even stated that Hillary’s record was disgraceful and she should be surely ashamed to be called Clinton’s wife.

All this shows that Trump and Hillary have different views on almost everything. This election campaign is definitely going to be one of the most unforgettable ones with so much going around.

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Zoo Shoots Gorilla To Save Toddler

This weekend a major tragedy was averted when a 3-year old boy was saved after falling into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.

Zoo officials were forced to shoot Harambe- an extremely rare gorilla that is only found in the western lowlands that are close to mountains. This was a real shame because the poor creature had only been transferred to this zoo in 2014. Though the name Harambe is an African name which means group effort, the ape himself was born not in the jungles of Africa. Harambe was born at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas in 1999. The tragic killing comes after Harambe’s 17th birthday was celebrated the previous day.

Most of the blame has been heaped upon the parents of the boy. Many have questioned the level of care and caution that parent visiting the zoo with a toddler should have exercised. Visitors are reported to have heard the hyperactive and extremely unruly child to declare his intention to meet with the gorilla before he apparently fell into the moat surrounding Harambe’s enclosure. Even casual readers have questioned the amount of time and effort it would have taken the child to climb up the main walls that were bordering the gorilla enclosure.

Animal activists have condemned the killing deeming it as an unnecessary act perpetrated by the sheer hasty decisions of the zoo officials in charge of the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo. They have petitioned the authorities to order an inquiry as to why a tranquilizer gun was not thought of as the best way to deal with such a grave situation as this. On viewing the video of the whole incident, famous primatologist Jane Goodall said it looked more like the ape was trying to protect the child, and not kill him.