Oh hardly, he practically destroyed her in last night's debate. I also watched with some amusement as both moderators treated him unfairly in an attempt to make up for Hillary's shabby performance and he ended up debating both moderators at some point. Polls have been proven wrong with a 'change' candidate and / or populism and he's even polled above her in blue traditionally blue states whereas the only red state she is competitive in is Alaska, where he is still polling above her. It's especially amusing with aged pundits and experts saying he has no chance when they said the same thing about him as nominee 6 months ago. They're out of touch with reality and with the choices faced by Americans who are fed up with 8 years of the Obama administration and who definitely don't want 4 more years of that by somewhere even worse than President Obama. Americans in particular love an outsider, and they also love reality TV. Look at Jesse Ventura, he became the Governor of Minnesota, a state which is supposedly filled with more intellectual people. Hillary Clinton was very exposed in that debate and she did terribly in a debate that was rigged in her favour and in a time when Mr. Trump was under media fire. There is one more debate left and a month to go before the election notwithstanding the fact that some have already been voting early. A lot can happen in that time and anyone who thinks Clinton has the whole thing in the bag is being excessively optimistic or this is a safe space issue of sorts. Never underestimate the populist right, look at Brexit and to a bigger extreme, look at Rodrigo Duterte. Watch out for the re-run of the Austrian presidential election this month with Norbert Hofer almost certainly winning the presidency. Progressive independents help a candidate win in an election and Hillary Clinton dismissed a good chunk of these voters as 'basement dwellers' or 'deplorables'. ------- That was a longer than expected post! But there's so much more to say on this topic. I'm really into this presidential election and have already delivered two public speeches on this subject, one of which had an audience composed of several Americans.