At debate, candidates say one nice thing about each other
A presidential debate that began with dueling references to sex assault allegations, wound its way through numerous allegations of lies and featured one candidate telling the other he would put her “in jail,” ended with a compliment and a handshake.The final question of Sunday’s presidential debate was posed by an audience member who simply wanted to know: “Would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another?”The man’s question drew perhaps the loudest applause and laughter from the crowd at Washington University in St. Louis.Though moderator Martha Raddatz asked GOP nominee Donald Trump to answer first, Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton jumped in.“Well, I certainly will, because I think that’s a very fair and important question,” Clinton said. “Look I respect his children.”The “children” line drew some laughter from the audience, but Clinton continued: “His chi. . .