Local college students discuss presidential debate

Students at Sacred Heart University discussed what they thought Tuesday of Monday night's fiery presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Students at Sacred Heart University discussed what they thought Tuesday of Monday night's fiery presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Students at Sacred Heart University discussed what they thought Tuesday of Monday night's fiery presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. (9/27/16)

FAIRFIELD - Students at Sacred Heart University discussed what they thought Tuesday of Monday night's fiery presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Many say they might not even vote because they were so frustrated with what they heard, while others are still undecided on a candidate.

According to experts, millennials could be key to the race.

Polls have shown that Hillary Clinton is leading by a wide margin with millennials.

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