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Trump Adviser: Hillary Will Have Trouble in Follow-Up Questions

Trump Adviser: Hillary Will Have Trouble in Follow-Up Questions

Hillary Clinton (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Monday, 26 September 2016 11:52 AM

A top Donald Trump adviser believes Hillary Clinton will score big on the first questions in each category of the first presidential debate, but will have problems when it comes to the follow-ups.

"With Secretary Clinton, she will do great in her first answer," Jason Miller, senior communications adviser for the Trump campaign, told "CBS This Morning" on Monday.

"We will see her first answer in each of these six sections, she'll hit a home run — they'll have been programmed, they'll have been polled, tested out.

"Where Secretary Clinton runs into trouble is the second and third answers where more variables come in and there's interaction between the candidates; that's where she runs into trouble."

The Monday debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., will show Trump is ready to be commander in chief," Miller added.

"Voters have seen the commercials — a lot more from Hillary's side, as $250 million [worth] dumped on Mr. Trump's head. But they will see the candidates up there at the same time, on the stage together." Miller said.

"I think [what] they will see is one candidate who is very comfortable in his own skin, is ready to be commander in chief, and is going to be a change agent, and he is going to change our country and take us in the right direction.

"That will be stacked up against Secretary Clinton who will be presenting her vision in a much different direction."

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A top Donald Trump adviser believes Hillary Clinton will score big on the first questions in each category of the first presidential debate, but will have problems when it comes to the follow-ups.
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