‘Full Frontal’ Heads to Democratic and Republican Debate Parties in New York

Here’s a clip from Full Frontal’s debate special from last night, where the show sends correspondents Ashley Nicole Black and Allana Harkin to check out two very different viewing parties on the night of the presidential debate — a Democratic one at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village and a Republican one at Tonic in Times Square. As you might expect, the people at both parties are very different before, during, and after the big debate. “I kind of sympathize and empathize with her plight, but she’s probably wearing a catheter. She’s a weak, old, sick woman, and she doesn’t have the strength or the stamina to rule a country in this day and age,” a Trump supporter in Tonic tells Harkin after accusing Clinton of hiding her “very extreme health issues” from the public. “I don’t think that’s how people use empathy,” Harkin tells him. “You might wanna work on your empathy skills.”

In case you missed Bee’s recap of the debate, check out some more clips from the episode below:



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