HIGH STAKES NIGHT

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it may be more theatrics than politics, but as the song says, tonight won't be just any night. Millions of people will watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the first presidential debate.

Tonight is the matchup we’ve all been waiting for. Hillary and Donald will debate for the first time at Hofstra University in Hempstead, Long Island. Both candidates call New York home.

In the first step to victory, both must lay out a clear agenda of how they plan to move America forward during the next four years with a do nothing Congress.

The Donald's primary debate tactics have been about insulting opponents and playing to his basket of deplorable people who chant lock her up, or worse.

Hillary is ready for anything thrown her way. As the nation, which is filled with tension and violent protests as a result of racial issues dominating this camp pain.

Trump previously alleged that African American journalist NBC’s Lester Holt, who will moderate the political power play of mot being fair because he was a Democrat. This turned out to be yet another one of his many wrong statements, which regularly come out of his mouth.

The main event airs on all major networks at 9 p.m. ET. Be there, or crawl under a rock.

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African American Journalist?

So Lester Holt is defined as an African American journalist? He cant just be a journalist? Like thats the most important aspect of him.
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