The debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will focus on security, progress and prosperity of the country, but experts are also anticipating a showdown from both candidates.
Clinton is said to be in a thorough rehearsal and mastering every policy detail while Republican rival Trump, knowing his character, is expected to be doing a more freewheeling approach.
Despite controversies throwing at both camps, many still prefer to watch the much awaited debate.
“This debate coming up on Monday, It’s a different animal. It’s not necessarily a test on who has better ideas, who knows the issues better, who has more experience. In a way, you can wipe a lot of that off the table and it’s a test of who’s more cool, calm and collected. And I think that’s what makes it for such great television,” said former White House speech writer and professor Eric Schnure.
The TV audience for the debate is expected to be a record according to the Nielsen Ratings Company. Many tourists outside the White House said they would definitely be watching though they express different sentiments.
One voter from Kansas says he was looking for both candidates to bring some “normalcy” to the race.
“I think that would reflect better with my values and what I stand for. That’s who probably would get my vote,” said Marc Rundell.
Monday’s debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York will be the first of three between the White House rivals.
It presents a major opportunity for them to appeal to voters who have yet to commit to a candidate after a mostly negative race in which Clinton and Trump have sought to brand each other as untrustworthy and dangerous for the country.
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