Columnist for the National Review, Tom Rogan said Thursday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" that both the Donald Trump and Hillary campaigns should be "disappointed" about their performances on the Commander and Chief Forum Wednesday night.
“I think both candidates, both campaigns quite frankly have quite a lot to be disappointed about last night."
Rogan said that both candidates had to explain statements they made in the forum the following day. Hillary Clinton had to set the record straight about having troops in Iraq and Donald Trump stated that he really wasn't for the war in Iraq, despite statements he made to the contrary on the Howard Stern show.
Rogan went on to say that Trump and Clinton used the forum to show how the other candidate was not fit to be the Commander and chief.
"Clearly Hillary Clinton is trying to make that her Pivot, that you can't trust Donald Trump in any sense of sitting in
that situation room on the flip side, Donald Trump saying you can't trust Hillary Clinton because of the decisions she has made."
Rogan said that as the election is heating up and that the candidates will be "increasingly unrestrained" in the coming days and weeks.