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Donald Trump barreled into Sunday's second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis with Hillary Clinton after a tumultuous week.

Early last week, The New York Times published pages from Trump's 1995 tax return that showed he could have avoided paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. And then on Friday, The Washington Post published a recording of the Republican presidential nominee in which he described sexually assaulting women to Hollywood Access' current host Billy Bush sexual assault to then-host of Hollywood Access, Billy Bush.

Many leaders in the Republican party rescinded their support following Trump's apology; and Clinton, during the debate, said that "it’s just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country."

Trump challenged Clinton by attacking her 30-year record, saying that "she's all talk" and that "nothing is going to get done."

Now, we want to hear from you. After watching Sunday's debate, which candidate do you think is better for your money? Tell us by taking the poll below.

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Keep in mind that online reader polls like this one are not statistically representative of likely voters, and are not predictive of how the debate outcome will affect the election. They are better seen as a measure of which candidates have most energized online supporters.