Candidates previous utterings had unsettled allies who count on American guarantees of their security - particularly those fearful of Russia in Eastern Europe
The Republican candidate's claim would make Isis 50, or Ms Clinton a young child
America has never been as politically polarised, and even the small proportion of voters who are genuinely undecided feel they have a choice merely between the lesser of two evils – between two of the most unpopular major party candidates ever
The banking crisis, the bail-outs, and the fact that no banker was ever prosecuted for bringing down the global economy mean that populist politicians promising to tear it all up in the name of ‘the people’ have become hugely in vogue. Trump’s supporters, it seems, will back him through anything
'Being mad at a presidential candidate in a debate is NOT a [valid] reason'
While she grew in strength the longer it went on, it was Trump who visibly tired. She looked like she belonged on a banknote. He looked like he belonged in detention
'Was that on purpose? I had a mic that wasn't working properly'
A full transcript of the claims and counter claims between the two politicians
'If your main claim to be president of the United States is your business, then I think we should talk about that'
Trump whined about Clinton's ads against him. Was repeatedly defensive
NBC moderator suffers withering criticism for taking low-profile role in opening debate
Plenty of issues will be on the table at Monday's highly-anticipated presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, including ones tied to the economy, money and your pocketbook
Nate Silver, the man who accurately predicted the two most recent US elections, says the candidates are neck-and-neck
100 million are expected to watch