Since the date and time for the First Presidential Debate has been announced recently, it is being heard that, Trump is making his preparations with Roger Ailes advice. Donald J. Trump is pretty much confidence as he made a good debate performance in the Republican Primaries, though he always bragged that he did not have the opportunity to make serious preparations for them.
Well, Trump should again think about her Competition, for the First Presidential Debate, Hillary Clinton. Mrs. Clinton is an excellent performer without any doubt. She had made a spellbinding Debate performer, whose first campaign, for the Senate in New York in 2000, was intensely affected by a poor debate performance by her Republican rival, Representative Rick A. Lazio.
Along with Roger Ailes, the former Fox News Chairman who assisted George Bush to debate Michael Dukakis in the 1988 presidential race, the newly appointed campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is controlling his preparation efforts for the First Presidential Debate. According to her words, for the First Presidential Debate, Trump is practicing Mrs. Clinton’s past Debate performances.
Schedule of First presidential Debate at a glance
The First Presidential Debate is decided to happen on Monday, September 26, 2016. The First Presidential Debate between Donald trump and Hillary Clinton is supposed telecast live from Hempstead, New York, at Hofstra University. Don’t forget to check out Presidential Debate Schedule
Possible Debate moderator for First Presidential Debate
Possible moderator name is guessed by Politico for the First presidential Debate, which are Martha Raddatz of ABC, Megyn Kelly of Fox News, John Dickerson of CBS, Jack Tapper of CNN, Chuck Todd or Lester Holt of NBC, and Gwen Ifill of PBS. The name selected from above names will have to play an important role as he or she will have full authority to decide which questions will be asked on First Presidential Debate.
Commission on Presidential Debates, a nonprofit that has arranges the events since 1988 decide the moderator and it has not yet declared any choices about moderator for First Presidential Debate.
The commission says it will choose moderator who exhibit “familiarity with the candidates and the major issues”, who have “extensive experience in live television broadcast news” and who agree that “the debate should focus maximum time and attention on the candidates and their views. It has also made apparent that they have no role in moderator selection.
Invitation of Third Party Candidate on First Presidential Debate
Gary Johnson, Jill Stein and Evan McMullin, the third party candidate’s chance to get into the First Presidential Debate mainly depend on how well he or she is polling. The Debate commission will average the most recent polls from each of the following five organizations: ABC/Washington post, CBS/New York Times, CNN/Opinion Research Corporation, Fox News, and NBC/Wall Street Journal.
A candidate will have to poll 15 percent according to this metric to get the invitation, which opted out candidates, form Libertarian Party and Green party, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein. With Evan McMullin too, in the context of receipt of 270 votes in Electoral College and miss of most state ballot deadlines.
For decade now, these debates have been the giant events of the general election season as the nature of the debates. They are live, highly rated and unscripted, which means the losing candidate get an opportunity to shake up the race. So generally, candidates who are losing seek more opportunities to debate.
Now, historically, the debates have made short-term swings in the polls. But often those effects don’t last very long as sometimes it will be canceled out by a subsequent debate that helps the other major candidate.
As usual Donald Trump has also complained about the scheduling of the debates and wanted a say in who moderated the events. But Mrs. Clinton had replied him by saying she would agree to participate in all of the scheduled debates. Gradually Trump has also agreed to do the Three debates but again wanted to see the conditions.
It is uncertain that whether the result of the First Presidential Debate swings the polls towards Hillary or Trump, both of them some serious issues to deal with that before.
Unless, they are going to face strict arguments from each other as Hillary is again in problem with her new 15000 email scandal and Trump still does not published his income tax return report.