The first Trump-Clinton presidential debates took place. Obviously, numerous news organizations, political blogs, and sites will have an analysis of the debate. Words will be counted. Jabs will be accounted for. Facial expressions and looks will be scrutinized. Remedies offered by both candidates will be discussed.
One of the great things about the internet is information becomes available instantaneously. As soon as it happens, it is online. When you want to come up with your own opinion of our presidential candidates, one of the best ways is to watch the debates. If you want to fact-check yourself, read the transcripts.
There are numerous sites posting what Donald Trump said and what Hillary Clinton said. Far too often, these sites also provide their own rhetoric.
If you want to quote a candidate on social media, just copy and paste exactly what he or she said. Try to avoid sites that post the transcripts as images which make it really difficult to inform your family and friends.
To read the exact words of our presidential candidates in the first debate, for your ease, I have found the exact link you need. I like the presentation of The Washington Post. It's easy to read and follow.
No images, only the text links you need. And no opinions, just the candidate's words.