The Second Presidential Debate

The second Presidential Debate will be better than the first one.  The Clinton vs. Trump matchup in a series of highly anticipated debates will really heat up during the Second Debate. During the first, they will simply be feeling each other out on policy issues, personal disputes and more – during the Second Debate they will be able to re-strategize in an effort to win over more voters.  Just like in boxing, round 2 is always better than round 1.

The moderators for the Second Presidential debate will have a schedule of topics to cover with the candidates, but it’s unlikely that the candidates will stay on topic.  As showcased in earlier debates, both candidates tend to focus on only the topics they prepared for – or personal attacks against the other’s character.  Because of the dynamic between Trump and Hillary, there is no reason to think that this will change in the Second Presidential debate.

Most voters have already decided who they are going to vote for by the time Trump and Clinton face off in Presidential Debates, but these events do still serve a purpose.  This purpose is mostly to make voter doubt their original candidate selection through slander and attacks – moreso than highlighting their individual strengths and qualifications to become the next President of the United States.

Unless you are in politics, or belong to a Super Pac, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to get tickets to see the Second Presidential Debate live in person.  You can watch the second debate on TV with most major news networks, such as CNN, NBC, ABC and Fox.  If one of them isn’t airing it, simply change the channel and find it – it’s on!

The second Presidential debate date is October 9th, and it will be held in St. Louis.  Topics for the second debate have not yet been announced, nor do they truly matter.  Ratings for the Presidential debates in 2016 is expected to be at an all time high thanks to Mr. Donald Trump who has kept the campaign more entertaining than political – and we can’t wait.

Much of the strategy of the candidates will be to get voters to cast their ballot AGAINST a certain candidate by voting for the other.  For example, don’t be surprised to hear Hillary Clinton urge Trump supports to vote Gary Johnson on election day.  Already know who you want to vote for President – or perhaps against?  Vote online now in this mock election poll