Beautiful mountains, beautiful boy, pattern beauty,Black is beautiful.

As in, the beauty is in the faces. 

The first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was marred by a nasty exchange between the two.

The debate, which was scheduled for Saturday night, was interrupted by the death of the late actor-comedian David Bowie, who died in his sleep after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease.

Trump’s campaign has been in the midst of a public relations nightmare after a series of racially charged statements were made during the campaign, including the one made during last week’s debate.

The candidates were then asked to clarify their positions on the issue.

The moderators asked the candidates which of them would be the more popular president if elected.

Donald Trump said that he would have the most success as president if he could make the country great again.

He said, “The beauty of America is that if I can make America great again, you will be happy.”

But he added, “We’ve got to have somebody that is going to put people first, and we’re not going to have a president that’s going to say ‘I’m going to go after you, because you’re going to get what you deserve.'”

Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, said that Trump’s comments were “racist.”

“Donald Trump has been racist for decades.

And he will continue to be racist.

He has said that Mexicans are rapists, that women should be raped, that he will go after Muslim Americans,” Clinton said.

“And if you look at his record, you see his extreme anti-immigrant rhetoric.

And it will be interesting to see if we can make the kind of progress that he has been able to make.”

The candidates then went on to discuss the current state of the country.

Trump said that we have a “broken immigration system.”

“I’m not saying we should be closing our borders and going into Mexico and building a wall,” he said.

“[But] we’re going, we’re gonna start enforcing the law.”

He added, “[W]e’ve got some very bad people that have come into our country illegally, and they’re rapists and murderers, and that’s not acceptable.”

He went on, “You’re going back into Mexico, you’re gonna see them come back in, and it’s going be the end of our country.”

Clinton said that while she supports deporting undocumented immigrants who commit crimes, she doesn’t think the country should be taking in “these people” and sending them back.

“We’re going through the crisis right now.

We need to start getting some people out,” she said.”

I am a big believer in border security.

I am a strong supporter of the Border Patrol,” she continued.

“We’re seeing the border surge that we’ve had for decades, and I’m proud to stand with the Border Protection Agents.”

Trump said he wants to “open up our southern border” and allow immigrants to apply for work permits. 

He also said that “there is no way that we can continue to have such a high unemployment rate.

So we’re sending people to work.

We’re sending them to school.

We have to be smart.

We can’t let the world take advantage of us.”

He added, that his “first order of business” is to “keep the border secure.”

“We have a great border,” he continued.

“It’s really, really, very secure,” he added.

“I am going to close the borders.

I will have no tolerance for people that are coming into our Country illegally, but we’re also going to enforce our laws, and if people cross the border illegally, they’re going go to jail.” 

But Clinton added that “if we get rid of them, you know, then you will have a border that is so secure that it will stop the terrorists from coming in.”

“You’re saying that we are not going back to the days of the Cold War?

I don’t know if I would agree,” Trump responded.

“But I would say that we do need a wall.”

Clinton also said Trump’s proposal to build a border wall “will not work” and that Trump “doesn’t understand” immigration law.

“He has said many times that he’s not going after people that come in illegally,” Clinton continued.

“[He] has no idea what’s in our immigration laws.

He doesn’t understand them.

He’s not even a lawyer, you can’t get a lawyer to defend him.

So what does he do?

He’s just talking.” 

The candidates also addressed some of the controversial issues surrounding the election, including Trump’s alleged attempts to shut down the government, a charge Trump has denied.

“You have to have an orderly process,” Clinton replied.

“That’s the only way to do it.

And you’ve got a lot of people that don’t like him, and