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Donald Trump 'took some of Clinton's support'

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Congressman Peter King has told ITV News Donald Trump "took some of Hillary's supporters away from her".

"I think he appealed to undecided voters, I also think he took some of Hillary's supporters away from her. To me he was strong. You fight hard and you fight tough, if you can't take it get out of the debate."

Meanwile, Donald Trump's director of African-American relations, Bruce Levell, credited his performance: "He did very well, the beginning, the middle and the end. He's had great energy and passion from day one and has been speaking to the heart of American people.

"I know we probably had 100m people watching. And Mr Trump has shown he can stay on message and talk about what he believes in.

"American people want a change, there's no economic growth without peace, Donald Trump is the man who can sort the ISIS problem."

Clinton will be 'delighted and relieved' with performance

ITV News Washington Correspondent Robert Moore has said Hillary Clinton will be "delighted and relieved" with her performance, and said US presidential candidate Donald Trump "lost the narrative utterly".

"We can discuss many aspects... but surely not who won", he added.

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Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton failed

Donald Trump has claimed "Hillary Clinton failed".

Speaking in the spin room after the election debate, he said: "She can't bring it home. She'll fail with jobs, and she'll fail all the way along the line and I think we proved that tonight."

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Meanwhile his daughter, Ivanka Trump, told ITV News she thought her father's performance on the night was "incredible".

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Trump and Clinton will respect election outcome

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Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have said they would respect the outcome of the US election at the conclusion of their first debate.

Mrs Clinton pleaded with voters to exercise their constitutional right, and said: "I hope the people out there understand this election... isn't so much about us, but you... the kind of future you want."

Mr Trump added: "We are a nation that is seriously troubled. We're losing our jobs - people are pouring in to our country.

"These people that we were going to deport - for good reason - ended up becoming citizens. Ended up becoming citizens. I want to make America great again."

Donald Trump attacks Hillary Clinton's 'stamina'

Hillary Clinton has hit back over accusations she doesn't have the stamina to become the next US president.

Donald Trump initially claimed: "She doesn't have the look. She doesn't have the stamina. I don't believe she does have the stamina.

"To be president of this country you need great stamina.

"You have to be able to negotiate our trade deals - with Japan, with Saudi Arabia... you have so many different things you need to do and you need the stamina", he claimed.

In reply, Mrs Clinton said: "As soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal a ceasefire, or even spends 11 hours in front of a congressional committee he can talk to me about stamina.

"He tried to switch from looks to stamina, but this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs", she added.

Hillary Clinton laughs off 'temperament' criticism

Donald Trump has launched a blistering personal attack at Hillary Clinton, who just shrugged off his remarks.

He said America has to "knock the hell out of ISIS" to defend national security.

"When they [the so-called Islamic State] formed, this is something that should never have happened. You [Hillary Clinton] were there when it was a little infant - now they're in over 30 countries.

"I have much better judgement than she does. I have much better temperament than she does.

"I have a winning temperament. I know how to win. She does not know how to win."

Mrs Clinton laughed off the criticism and said: "Whoo. Okay!"

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Donald Trump: 'ISIS are beating us at our own game'

Donald Trump has said the so-called Islamic State "are beating us at our game" on the internet.

He said America is "not doing the job we should be doing" on cyber security.

"We came in with the internet, we came up with the internet. When you're looking at what ISIS are doing with the internet - they're beating us at our own game", he added.

Hillary Clinton: I prepared to be president

Hillary Clinton has hit back at criticism of "staying at home" in preparing for the election debate.

She said: "I think Donald has just criticised me for preparing for this debate. And yes - I did. And you know what else I prepared for? I prepared to be president and I think that's a good thing."

Hillary Clinton: Too many African American men jailed

Hillary Clinton has said "it's just a fact" that African American men are more likely to be charged with a criminal offence.

"Too many young African American and Latino men ended up in jail for non-violent offences.

"It's just a fact that if you're a young African American man, and you do the same thing as a young white man, you are more likely to be arrested, charged, convicted and incarcerated.

"We've got to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. We cannot just say law and order.

In reply, Donald Trump said the community has been let down by politicians.

He said: "The African American community has been let down by our politicians. They talk good around election time like right now and after the election they said 'see you later, I'll see you in four years'.

"The community within the inner cities has been badly treated. They've been abused and used in order to get votes by Democrat politicians."

'Race determines too much in America'

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Hillary Clinton has said race determines too much in America.

She said: "Race remains a significant challenge in our country. Unfortunately race still determines too much - where you live, what education you can get, and yes, how you get treated in the criminal justice system.

"We have to bring communities together as a mutual goal. We have to have to tackle the plague of gun violence.

Donald Trump said many of those involved in gun violence were "illegal immigrants".

He added: "We need law and order. When I look at what's going on... in various parts of our country. We need law and order.

African Americans and Hispanics are living in hell. In Chicago they've had thousands of shootings. Is this a war-torn country? You walk down the street you get shot.

"We have to bring back law and order. We have gangs - illegal immigrants - who are roaming the streets."

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