Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, right, speaks as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump listens during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis on Oct. 9. 2016.

Opinion roundup from the Left: Hillary’s regrets; Steve Bannon’s long shadow; what happens when Trump breaks his promises

A roundup of editorials from the Left includes a look Hillary Clinton’s choice not to call out Donald Trump during a debate; what Steve Bannon’s legacy at the White House will be and how long Trump supporters will stick with him if he breaks promises.

1. Donald was a creep. Too bad Hillary couldn’t say it.

From the New York Times: Unfortunately for her, Hillary Clinton did what most women do when they are harassed.

2. The future of Bannonism

From the Economist: He may be gone, but Steve Bannon’s shadow is a long one.

3.  What becomes of the broken-hearted Trump fans?

From Politico: Where will Trump’s supporters go when he breaks his promises?

Click here to check out some views from the Right.

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