Final Presidential Debate To Feature Actual Issues

by William Teach | October 13, 2016 8:33 am

The final debate, and Trump’s last chance unless there is a massive October/November surprise against Hillary that the media can neither ignore, downplay, nor explain away, occurs on October 19th in Nevada, which is next Wednesday. And the topics?

(LA Times[1]) The Commission on Presidential Debates released topics [2]on Wednesday for the third — and final — presidential debate next week.

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and has selected topics focused on debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and the candidates’ fitness to be president.

The topics are subject to change, but, as it stands now, these would typically be Republican leaning topics. Chris Wallace will take great pains to be neutral, unlike in the previous debates where the moderators certainly were there to help out Hillary.

Immigration? This should be a bread and butter topic for Trump. He better be ready for Hillary to come after him.

Debt and entitlements? Trump better be ready to squash Hillary for her support of the crazy spending by Obama which she wants to continue, and ready for Hillary to call him mean.

The economy? Trump best be ready with some facts about how lame the economy has been under Obama, and, again, that Hillary wants to do the same.

If he’s not studying up on these topics, and just taking them for granted, she will bait him and have pre-planned answers. He best have policies he can explain. He needs to stay away from the personal attacks and focus on her failures and support of failing Obama policies. We’ll see.

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