Who will Win the Debate: Trump or Clinton?

by Mark John

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Today, Presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump will go against each other in their first debate. Many Americans have already decided who they will vote for while many others still need to decide. WTPOTUS wants all citizens to be aware of a couple of things before the debate so that they can make their decision. Firstly, there are two teams, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, Hilary Clinton is the nominee from the Democrats while Trump is the nominee from the Republicans. According to abcnews.go.com’s latest Presidential debate for the face-off, Clinton has a better chance at the first debate, while Vanity Fair thinks Trump will take the victory home. 74% Americans have shown interest in watching this debate, while 8 in 10 citizens claimed the debate will not change their minds. For Trump, willing this debate will be a huge achievement, a according to the stats, every 6 out of 10 people do not think he is suitable for the seat. Despite that, he has managed to strengthen his campaign, has gathered more supporters than others who represented the party, and influences Republican views in more powerful manner.

In a poll when asked about the attributes of the candidates, Clinton lead ahead of Trump, however where health became a concern, Trump took the lead. The polls also showed that more individuals thought of Trump being more honest and saw his as a truthful person, rather than Clinton.

The poll was conducted between Sept. 16 and Sept. 22 among 1,001 U.S. adults. It has a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points. Despite the poll, Vanity Fair thinks that Trump will dominate, according to the website, the debate may be one of the most important debate the country will see. It is highly possible that all citizens who are eligible to vote during Elections 2016 may make their final decision tonight. According to the site, ‘It’s possible that Trump is secretly preparing extensively for this debate. But, according to the reports we have, he’s mostly winging it. Such reports are likely to be true, since Trump by all accounts lacks an attention span of more than a few minutes. What comes to mind in picturing debate prep on Clinton’s team versus Trump’s team is a sequence from The Great Muppet Caper that cuts between organized jewel thieves going seamlessly through their checklist (“Walkie-talkie?” “Check”) and the disorganized Muppets going through theirs (“Peanut butter?” “Animal ate it”).’ Another Presidential candidate was conducted by Bloomberg Politics Poll in which both Trump and Clinton represented their respective parties, the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. According to the results, both tied with 46-46. Meaning this will be a very close debate many will be following very enthusiastically. Stay tuned to WTPOTUS for the latest political news and updates.