Prediction: Trump won't hold back in debate

Josh Kim
September 23, 2016

Democrat Hillary Clinton, suddenly vulnerable in the presidential race, is under pressure to deliver a strong performance against Republican Donald Trump in their first debate on Monday, a moment that could be the most consequential yet of the 2016 election. "It must be ended", said Trump, who did not directly name the mayhem and violence that dominated Charlotte Tuesday and Wednesday-but, it was clearly understood by everyone in the audience at the Sun Center Studios.

"I think Trump is saying, The heck with that".

Political veterans involved in preparing for past presidential debates said Clinton should drive home how she would run the country during uncertain times and draw a contrast as the steady, experienced alternative to the untested Trump. The college's survey, conducted September 11-20, reported Clinton was favored by 44 percent; Trump by 37 percent; Johnson, 8 percent; and Stein, one percent. Clinton supporters said Lauer let Trump get away with evasive and untruthful answers. USA student debt has surged about 24 percent to around $1.2 trillion since 2012, according to figures earlier this year from the New York Federal Reserve, leaving many graduates with mortgage-sized tabs before they enter the workforce. Most of the biggest donors to Romney in 2012 have yet to donate to Trump.

The first debate will be Monday night, September 26, at Hofstra University in NY.

They were split in their views of Clinton's use of a private email server to mix government and personal correspondence while she was secretary of state.

Kaine also criticized Trump's campaign for selling buttons on its website that say "Hillary for prison".

Kaine said "everybody knows" that Johnson won't win, but supporting him could help Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. People selected for KnowledgePanel who didn't have access to the internet were provided access for free. "And I'm going to be nice".

These debate could draw almost Super Bowl sized viewership at a time when some 62 percent of the country feels the nation is headed in the wrong direction, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll. Thirty-eight percent said she committed a crime, while 49 percent said it wasn't criminal but showed poor judgment or was reckless.

Obama was disputing the Republican presidential candidate's assertion that "African-American communities are absolutely in the worst shape that they have ever been in before".

The 30-second ad shows young girls and women looking in the mirror as they hear Trump describe various women as "fat", a "slob" and one who "ate like a pig". The release did not say how much money was being spent on the ad. Clinton's rating may drop if she can not convince the largest voting population on why she should be trusted.

His Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, was behind closed doors as she prepared for their initial debate and did not address on Thursday the escalating racial tensions in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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