Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the two candidates for U.S. presidency are going to cross swords in the final, third round of the presidential debates – the ‘Fight Night’, as The Telegraph puts it.
‘After two vitriolic presidential debates, much of which were spent trading insults and discussing sexual assault allegations rather than policies, the third could top the lot as Mr Trump battles to make up lost ground on his rival’, the British outlet wrote.
Both candidates intend to summon some of their supporters to win more sympathies of the voters.
Trump invited three of the women who accused Bill Clinton, the former president, of sexually harassing or assaulting them years ago to the second presidential debate. Clinton, meanwhile, is bringing frequent Trump critic and billionaire Mark Cuban and Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Barack Obama once again commented on Trump’s behavior as the Republican candidate keeps complaining about the ‘rigged vote’. Speaking at the White House, Obama said: "I have never seen in my lifetime, or in modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the election before votes have even taken place. It's unprecedented. It's irresponsible. And it doesn't show the leadership and toughness you want out of a president."
This is going to be the final round of the U.S. presidential debates. Only 20 days remained for the Americans to make up their mind; the election itself is slated for November 8.
Source: The Telegraph