Trump Clinton Debate Body Language Analysis & Photos

Donald Trump VS Hilary Clinton Debate - Body Language Analysis

Donald Trump VS Hilary Clinton Debate – Body Language Analysis

This page contains pre-debate and post-debate analysis of the body language and non-verbal communication by presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump.  Scroll down for screenshots & radio interviews

The Presidential debate between Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton was the most-watched debate in the sixty year history of televised presidential debates – more than 80 million people tuned in. The previous record debate was 80.6 million, in 1980, when Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan debated just once before the election. The first Obama-Romney debate in 2012 averaged 67 million viewers.

Trump’s chief goal was to win back voters who normally vote for GOP candidates but are concerned about his temperament and knowledge compared to past nominees.

“Trump fakes his smiles, Clinton widely opens her eyes to convince people!”

Human Behavior Expert and Body Language Expert, Patrick Wanis PhD  reveals what the non-verbal language of Trump and Clinton exposes about each of them.

Patrick Wanis PhD joins the Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes show on KTAR News Radio and shocks them with his insights and revelations. LISTEN HERE TO THE PRE-DEBATE ANALYSIS:

Patrick Wanis PhD joins the Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes show on KTAR News Radio. LISTEN HERE TO THE POST-DEBATE ANALYSIS and follow along with the screenshots below:

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump shake hands and Clinton turns away from the handshake first, indicating that she is more important than him; she ends the shake first.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump shake hands and Clinton turns away from the handshake first, indicating that she is more important than him; she ends the shake first.

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says,"I have much better judgement than she has. There's no question about that," Trump said. "I also have a much better temperament than she does." Hilary Clinton uses a coached technique to suggest she is warm, intimate, approachable and friendly as she 'points to someone in the audience' to indicate she recognizes a fan/supporter or friend. Clinton has used this same technique in large stadiums to create a more intimate atmosphere.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis.  Hilary Clinton uses a coached technique to suggest she is warm, intimate, approachable and friendly as she ‘points to someone in the audience’ to indicate she recognizes a fan/supporter or friend. Clinton has used this same technique in large stadiums to create a more intimate atmosphere.

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump reveals a fake smile - a smirk suggesting arrogance and "I'mm going to get you/defeat you" in response to Hilary Clinton who says "Hello Donald."

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump reveals a fake smile – a smirk suggesting arrogance and “I’m going to get you/defeat you” in response to Hilary Clinton who says “Hello Donald.”

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Trump frowns and squints his eye in a gesture that mimicks the "evil eye" concept of wishing someone evil and ill will.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Trump frowns and squints his eye in a gesture that mimicks the “evil eye” concept of wishing someone evil and ill will.

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says Clinton doesn't have the looks or stamina to be president. Clinton turns to face him and smiles and laughs with a head tilt that suggests pride and 'how are you going to get out of this?'

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says Clinton doesn’t have the looks or stamina to be president. Clinton turns to face him and smiles and laughs with a head tilt that suggests pride and ‘how are you going to get out of this?’

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says Clinton doesn't have the looks or stamina to be president. Hilary Clinton responds by raising her eyebrows and looking down and turning her head in a gesture that reveals arrogance and pride as if to say "I got you and I am going to expose you as being bad.'

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says Clinton doesn’t have the looks or stamina to be president. Hilary Clinton responds by raising her eyebrows and looking down and turning her head in a gesture that reveals arrogance and pride as if to say, ‘I’m smarter than you; I got you and I am going to expose you as being bad.’

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says,"I have much better judgement than she has. There's no question about that," Trump said. "I also have a much better temperament than she does." Clinton responds with,"Whoo! OK" and does a shimmy movement to mock Trump (as if she is shaking him off of herself) while also using it as a way of pacifying the uncomfortable feelings she has. The audience responded with some laughter before Clinton began a point about NATO

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Donald Trump says,”I have much better judgement than she has. There’s no question about that,” Trump said. “I also have a much better temperament than she does.” Clinton responds with,”Whoo! OK” and does a shimmy movement to mock Trump (as if she is shaking him off of herself) while also using it as a way of pausing to determine how she is going to reply, pacifying the uncomfortable feeling of uncertainty and then turning it into a celebration. The audience responded with some laughter before Clinton began a point about NATO

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Trump remarks that Syria is being let off the hook "can you imagine where defending Saudi Arabia and with all of the money they have we’re defending them and they're not paying"; Clinton scratches her face and looks down in a gesture of anxiety and possibly guilt.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Trump remarks that Syria is being let off the hook “can you imagine where defending Saudi Arabia and with all of the money they have we’re defending them and they’re not paying”; Clinton scratches her face and looks down in a gesture of anxiety and possibly guilt.

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton offers multiple reasons why Trump refuses to release his tax return and, claims his former returns reveal that he paid no taxes. Trump replies "That makes me smart" and then reveals that he is actually feeling dread at the thought of being exposed.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton offers multiple reasons why Trump refuses to release his tax return and, claims his former returns reveal that he paid no taxes. Trump replies “That makes me smart” and then reveals that he is actually feeling dread at the thought of being exposed.

 

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton offers multiple reasons why Trump refuses to release his tax return and, claims his former returns reveal that he paid no taxes. Trump replies "That makes me smart" and then as this close-upshot reveals that he is actually feeling dread at the thought of being exposed.

Donald Trump & Hilary Clinton Presidential Debate Body Language Analysis. Hilary Clinton offers multiple reasons why Trump refuses to release his tax return and, claims his former returns reveal that he paid no taxes. Trump replies “That makes me smart” and then as this close-upshot reveals that he is actually feeling dread at the thought of being exposed.

 

Anointed “The Woman Expert” by WGN Chicago, Patrick Wanis PhD is a renowned Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert who developed SRTT therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) and is teaching it to other practitioners. Wanis’ clientele ranges from celebrities and CEOs to housewives and teenagers. CNN, BBC, FOX News, MSNBC & major news outlets worldwide consult Wanis for his expert insights and analysis on sexuality, human behavior and women’s issues. Wanis is the first person ever to do hypnotherapy on national TV – on the Montel Williams show.

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