Millennials react to Sunday presidential debate

American University professor, Lenny Steinhorn, and students Dan Lagnado and Molly Gormley discuss the town hall style presidential debate.
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WASHINGTON (WUSA*9)--Millennials lack enthusiasm for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.  

In a September a CBS News-New York Times presidential poll showed Clinton and Trump in a dead heat.  When third party candidates were factored into the mix, Clinton and Trump were tied at 42-percent. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian, got 8 percent of likely voters, and Green Party nominee, Jill Stein, was at 4-percent.

So how do students, who take part in the joint WUSA9-American University project called Campaign 2016 U, think the candidates did in Sunday night's town hall-style debate?  Two of the students, Dan Lagnado and Molly Gormley, along with 
their professor, Leonard Steinhornm talk with WUSA9's Bruce Johnson in "Off Script."

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