Issues and Those Other Things: Questions the Moderators Should Ask at the Second #DebateNight

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It’s October, the month of clutch hits in playoff baseball…and the time for the notorious “October Surprise(s).”

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are once again facing off tonight for the second of three presidential debates. Both candidates had their share of surprises dropped on their campaigns this past weekend. Although, if you’ve paid attention to which one has been dominating the news cycle, you would’ve thought that there’s one and only one.


For Hillary, leaked emails  expose her vision of “open trade and open borders.” In excerpts from speeches she delivered to financial institutions, she talked about having “both a public and a private position” on political issues. Which Democratic candidate will we see tonight?

As it pertains to Donald, you probably already know about the vulgar statements he made ten years ago to Access Hollywood‘s Billy Bush and the video apology as well. Will he pull off the gloves tonight and bring up Bill Clinton’s past?

As ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper are set to moderate the discussion tonight, we’re guaranteed to hear about at least one of these topics in a town hall format debate. But just in case they miss any bases, we wanted to ask our followers on Facebook and Twitter to submit questions that should be asked to the candidates.


Here’s how some of you broke it down.


1. Talk about the issues.



2. Hillary should account for her accomplishments and her reputation



On Haiti


What she really believes


And of course…


3. Both Hillary and Donald need to be held accountable.



4. Follow the money…of the debate moderators and the mainstream media!



PJ Media will be keeping an eye out for these issues and more in tonight’s debate. We want to thank you for chiming in with these latest round of tweets and Facebook posts.

We also want to invite you to join us online as we cover what’s likely to be a very lively and contentious exchange between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Join VodkaPundit as he drunkblogs the 90-minute event here.

Join the conversation on Twitter as PJ Media live-tweets the debate by clicking here. We’ll have real-time polls for you to vote on throughout the evening and we will be retweeting various reactions to comments from the candidates as well.

We hope to see you tonight!

Oh, and be sure to bring a beverage and some hot wings.


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