American political leadership has an obvious spillover effect into Canada, so whether we would rather deal with the policies of President Clinton or President Trump is of great interest.
Tonight’s debate could be a turning point with the polling for these two showing a race too close to call.
The experts say we should watch for Clinton to reach out to the millennials and to try to revive the Democratic Party base, some of whom have trust issues over the email issues.
Trump will have to show he knows more about world affairs than he has seemed to in the past, and avoid any outrageous statements.
Both have promised jobs on the campaign trail. Neither have said how they plan to produce this employment.
Workers want a living wage and benefits. Will either of them break the food stamp ceiling and reveal just what the federal formula will be?
They’ll certainly have enough time, 90 minutes with no commercial breaks.
Will the number of viewers rival a Super Bowl Game?
We’ll be live-streaming for you at iNews880.com.
When it’s done, let me know who you think won.