I watched my first presidential debate during my senior year of high school during my U.S. government class. I was watching President Barack Obama take on former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. I had never seen these types of debates before, but I thought it was something cool to see, especially since we watched them during our class time and the entire class was into the debate. Flash forward four years and we're at the final debate between the Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton and I’m getting my popcorn ready and my fact checking tabs open.
I am excited because the previous two debates have shown why Donald Trump is a WWE Hall of Famer — he is one of the biggest heels in the business. These debates have become a roasting session between the candidates, with name calling and low blows thrown. Much like in the WWE, this final debate will be the final confrontation before the big event come Election Day. This final debate will probably be the most entertaining one so far and no answers will be delivered to the national audience that will be watching.
A debate is supposed to be a formal discussion in front of an audience, but this year’s debate has become a no holds barred match. The debate will take place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and it starts at 9 p.m. Eastern, October 19th. I will be sure to tune in and watch, I will not expect either candidate to speak facts, and I do not expect either candidate to answer any question directly or fully, in fact I don’t think that the candidates will attempt to address any issues that are affecting the American populate, but I sure know that there will be plenty of slander thrown to each side.