Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, will be the dealer of questions at tonight’s third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, six topics are planned (and possibly others, due to recent news developments): “Debt and Entitlements,” “Immigration,” “the Economy,” “the Supreme Court,” “Foreign Hot Spots,” and “the Fitness to be President.”
With this being the final face-off before election day and Las Vegas as the backdrop, it should come as no shock if Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton go all in when attacking each other.
Both candidates had their own “October Surprise(s)” to deal with in the previous debate. This time, more items have worked their way into the news cycle: Published emails from Wikileaks are still an issue, and undercover videos of Democratic operatives from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas are now in the mix.
For one last time in the 2016 election year, we asked our Facebook and Twitter followers what topics they would like to see addressed in tonight’s presidential bout.
— PJ Media (@PJMedia_com) October 19, 2016
Here’s what some of you had to say:
1. The Elephant in the Room: The Project Veritas Videos
— Rachael Coleman (@Rachael1776) October 19, 2016
2. “C” is for “Corruption”
— Honey Badger (@CatsRUs95) October 19, 2016
— Jaxter (@jshore_) October 19, 2016
3. In Addition to Corruption, Everyday Issues Matter Too
— Deplorable Libby (@ohnostudio) October 19, 2016
Join VodkaPundit as he drunk-blogs the final debate here. Tyler O’Neil will also liveblog tonight’s event here. Lastly, you can follow PJ Media on Twitter for our live tweets, polls and comments from our contributors and others following the debate.
Which candidate will come out the least scathed after 90 minutes? See you tonight.