(FOX 5 NEWS) - Americans are used to seeing politicians dodging or wiggling their way out of having to answer certain questions. An audience of undecided voters got to experience that first hand at Sunday night's debate.
At times throughout the night, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took questions from members of the crowd. In one case, they acknowledged the question and then turned it into an attack on each other and not an answer to the question.
Trump was asked whether the behavior heard in that Access Hollywood tape was still happening recently. He sidestepped and dismissed it as "locker room talk."
Clinton was asked about the tone of the campaign but chose to talk about what it should be like, not what it is.
The third and final presidential debate goes down October 19, three weeks before Election Day.