WASHINGTON --Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed during the second presidential debate Sunday over the future of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
Clinton vowed to fix the Affordable Care Act and Trump promised to repeal and replace "Obamacare."
Clinton says 20 million more people have health coverage because of the law. She says she wants to "save what works," but the next administration will need to get costs down and provide more help to small businesses. She says if the system is repealed it will be "turned back" to the insurance industry.
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Trump says the system is a "disaster" and "will never work." He says it needs to be replaced with a less expensive system that's more flexible for patients regardless of what state they live in.
Trump repeatedly interrupted Clinton and talked over the debate moderators. He also accused the two moderators of siding with Clinton and refusing to let him answer questions.
The interruptions prompted Clinton to exclaim, "I know that you're into big diversions tonight."
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Trump seems sensitive to his interactions with Clinton. When the moderators asked a question and it was unclear whose turn it was to answer first, Clinton said, "Go ahead, Donald."
Trump replied, "No, I'm a gentleman, Hillary, go ahead." Some in the audience laughed.
Clinton and Trump clashed over her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
Clinton says she was "very sorry" for using the server, but she takes keeping classified information secret very seriously. She adds there's been no evidence her actions led to classified materials winding up in the wrong hands.
Trump is accused Clinton of lying, and says she improperly destroyed more than 30,000 emails that he says should have been turned over to law enforcement authorities. Trump says he was disappointed that Clinton had not been criminally charged.
He tells Clinton, "Again, you should be ashamed of yourself." He is also complaining that the two debate moderators are not sufficiently pressing Clinton on the email issue.
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