Monday’s American Presidential debate for the 2016 election could be the potential gap closer between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. NBC News Anchor, Lester Holt will be moderating the heated debate between Clinton and Trump beginning at 9 p.m. ET.
For good reason this debate seems to be American history’s most highly anticipated debate. New polls taken by the New York times so that the competition is basically tied.
Viewers should be prepared for 90 minutes of uninterrupted, competitive bashing and thrashing between the two. The idea of “democratic” mudslinging and name calling should be enough the capture the attention of 75-80 million viewers estimated to watch worldwide. According to Quinnipiac University, the race is “too close to call” with the polls reading 47 to 46 percent working in Mrs. Clinton’s favor. Data shows that in Colorado and Pennsylvania voters with college degrees are in support of Clinton whereas those less educated are in favor of Trump.
It seems as if our potential candidates are not the only ones in heated debate about who America needs and where the country should be heading.
With the plethora of advertising on news stations and social media everywhere, let’s hope that our presidential candidates make their points as clear and transparent as the November 8th election date nears.