With the first of three Presidential debates leading up to one of the most depressing choices of our adult lives looming over us like a cloud full of rancid hot dogs, it’s time to make assumptions about the Trump-Clinton debate subjects. There are definitely some obvious topics that will be hammered home to the votesr; you can’t have a debate without talking about the economy. But with 90 long minutes to argue, the first Clinton-Trump debate topics are definitely going to oscillate wildly between actual policy and personal jabs.
Judging from the way this entire campaign has gone, it’s more than likely thatcitizens will hear more about each candidate’s personal lives than their actual political stances – but hopefully something good will come out of the first proper Presidential debate of 2016.
It’s more than likely that if you’re reading this you’re already planning on voting on a specific candidate, but for those of you who are undecided this first Presidential debate of 2016 is meant to nudge you in one direction or another. If everything goes as planned, one candidate will appeal to you more than the other and you’re good to go. Unfortunately, because this campaign is stuck in a reality TV cycle of insanity, the only direction you’re likely to be pushed in is that of the nearest bar. But hopefully this can help you manage your expectations by offering some theories about what’s going to be discussed at tonight’s debate.
Vote up the subjects both presidential candidates will bring up again and again in the first 2016 debate.