The following questions may be too harsh for the debate stage, but expect them to be part of the discussion in the weeks ahead.
On Meet the Press in January, you said "it's fine" if people raise questions about your personal life. You have publicly bragged about having many sexual relationships. Since you also claim to be "pro-life," some questions naturally arise. Did any of the women get pregnant? Did any of them have abortions?
“I went to the Wharton School of Business,” you have said. “I’m, like, a really smart person.” But you have recently been unable to spell simple words such as lying. Why have you refused to release your college transcripts? Did you get bad grades? Did you cheat?
You claim that you got a medical draft deferment because of a bone spur. If you had such a problem, you could have fixed it with an outpatient procedure. Why didn't you take care of it right away so you could serve your country?