Third Presidential Debate -Body Language Analysis

Third Presidential Debate -Body Language Analysis

Third Presidential Debate -Body Language Analysis

“There was no handshake, before or after the debate and that represents less civility, more mutual hatred and a lack of respect for each other; Clinton made a mistake – she should have reached out and initiated a handshake”

Without hand shakes, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the third and final Presidential Debate of the 2016 US campaign.

Trump raged in the first debate, and loomed in the second; what about the third debate?

Trump experienced anxiety a few times – fidgeting, fixing the microphone about 7 times and drinking water (dry throat from anxiety); Clinton again put on the pseudo smile/grin in a mocking gesture.

Patrick Wanis PhD joins the Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes show on KTAR News Radio and shocks them with his insights and revelations about the body  language of Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton during the third presidential debate. LISTEN HERE TO THE POST-DEBATE ANALYSIS:

 

 

 

 

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