George Neumayr writes at American Spectator:
The most spontaneous moment of Sunday's debate came after Hillary Clinton outrageously enlisted the memory of Abraham Lincoln to explain away her penchant for lying.
Trump had the presence of mind to expose her gall in turning "Honest Abe" into a dishonest pol like her. As he delivered that blow, Hillary’s frozen smile turned sour -- a look she gave off during much of the evening.
"It was a night of surprises, starting with Trump's pre-debate press conference featuring women abused by Bill Clinton (along with a lesser known woman, Kathy Shelton, whose rapist Hillary defended).
"Mr. Trump may have said some bad words," Juanita Broaddrick says during the event, according to Newmayr. "But Bill Clinton raped me. And Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don't think there's any comparison."
Neumayr explains that "Kathy Shelton is opposing Hillary because she represented the man who raped her and was caught on tape laughing about how she got him a light sentence despite knowing of his guilt. That tape recording -- in which Hillary brags about her successful defense of the rapist -- has received little to no attention from the media. . . ."