Put the tags where you want. I'll call Hillary the good because she was more courteous to Trump by not interrupting the moderator and Donald with constant interruptions which prevented the moderator from keeping the schedule on course. It would have been a more productive and revealing debate had the schedule been followed. I'll hang the bad on the two parties for selecting candidates who were not even close to being the most qualified among the party members, Donald gets the ugly tag. He reminded me of a robot that had lost control of it's facial features.
His hair was fascinating. I spent the first 30 minutes trying to ascertain where his individual hairs began and ended. In addition to being a naturally homely man, his looks were degenerated by failure to control his mouth. His smile was made into a straight line and widened when he was amused. Actually, however, he was never amused. He simply was not enjoying the evening. It's function was weird. The louder he talked the smaller it got. As he made his points angrily, the mouth got smaller and rounder. I don't know how he did it. Robot is the obvious answer.
As far as illustrating presidential capabilities, I may be be prejudiced because I agree more with Hillary's position than I did with Donald but I thought she showed much more knowledgeable of government and government procedure as well as the historical background of present positions the governments around the world find themselves. Neither knew much about ISIS and splinter terrorist groups.
The people interviewed after the debate seemed, for the most part to think that Hillary helped herself more than Donald who, in my opinion helped Hillary more than he did himself. As for me I favored Hillary from the beginning so the debates didn't make any difference. I do< however, feel more confident than I did.