“Imagine if, on the day of a championship tennis match, one of the players showed up at the court with hockey sticks, skates, and face masks instead of rackets, balls and white shorts. And instead of recognizing the error and suiting up appropriately, what if that player went ahead and played the game anyway, ice skates and all?
Such is the scenario that characterized this year’s cycle of general election presidential debates. In their three joint appearances Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump appeared to be playing two separate, incompatible games.”
Read the rest of the story, “The debates are over. Trump lost. But here’s why he feels as if he won,” in The Washington Post.