Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will go head-to-head in a presidential debate on Monday night. The two candidates are expected to push their policies in an attempt to win over voters in the general election. The Clinton campaign is expected to push Trump on his policies that he has been vague on for months.
Trump’s campaign is expected to push Clinton on her trustworthiness in an effort to win votes, and paint Clinton as untrustworthy to the public.
The debate will be the first of three that the two candidates are slated to attend. The debate will kick off at 9 pm. The televised event is expected to bring in record numbers, with Clinton and Trump in a tight race in the polls going into the debate.
Robby Mook, Clinton’s campaign manager, stated, “I think they’re going to see that Donald Trump is unfit, unprepared, and over his head. I doubt he will have a command of the issues.”
Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s campaign manager, stated, “Hillary Clinton’s casual relationship with the truth is well known to Americans. I’m sure we’ll see it on full display tomorrow night.”
The debate may be a turning point in the elections, as poll numbers show a tight race going into October.