What To Expect In The Second Presidential Debate

October 9, 2016

The work week ended with two bombshells—The Washington Post obtained and posted a 2005 video of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump saying inexcusable things about women and WikiLeaks released alleged Clinton campaign emails showing excerpts from paid speeches that she has refused to release herself. Americans don’t have to wait any longer for October surprises.

But many are anxiously awaiting to see what the second presidential debate on Sunday night will bring.

One of the key questions for the debate on Sunday is whether Trump will show up prepared for it or not, assuming Trump is still in the race.