The first presidential debate had barely started and already Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton lost their cool. An adult conversation was out of the question.
What’s that saying? Listen 80% of the time and talk 20% of the time. This debate did not reflect that.
They did, however, have one thing in common: They barely mentioned housing. Trump mentioned the housing market at the beginning of the debate, but did not stay on the topic long.
In fact, what was said about housing didn’t make much sense, as this tweet fromTrulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin shows:
This comes as no surprise, and follows the theme of both candidates’ campaigns: neither one has focused on housing before this point.