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Point of this forum is to talk about what we think will happen in the final debate, then recap and takeaways and whatnot after it airs. (Feel free to chime in below with your thoughts, and excuse the preamble below if you've been following all the headlines recently.)
Since the 2nd debate, a multitude of women have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of unwanted sexual advances or sexual harassment. As well as a slew of other scandals that have re-surfaced with all kinds of reporters looking through his past. He has said the election is 'rigged', denied dozens of allegations, and distanced himself even further from his party.
On the other side though, it hasn't all been quiet. Clinton has had hundreds of documents surface via a recent Wiki Leaks dump about her campaign and much more (Podesta emails), and many conspiracy theory-minded out there have even 'found evidence' of her trying to divert attention away from her plans to basically fester up a potential WW3. Something to do with Russia? Or something like that.
Regardless of the truth and validity to the claims stacked against Trump or Hilary at this point, it hasn't been the best week or so for either candidate. And while my summary of Clinton's email leaks might have you jumping up and down, saying I got it wrong.. I honestly haven't even looked into it too much. Just skimmed headlines and am echoing obnoxiously loud facebook postings I have seen about the situation thus far.
That illustrates my point though. Those entrenched against either candidate have had so much fodder to embolden their views for the other candidate, it's certainly not funny. And literally, no one is laughing about any of this anymore.
How do you think Clinton or Trump will try to change voter's minds in this last debate? Or will they even bother? Perhaps they will just both urge people to vote against the other, claiming how horrible they will be for the country. That's my guess.