Strategy of Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton for final debate face-off
As the countdown for US presidential election 2016 has begun, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be clashing on Wednesday’s presidential debate, to woo millennials and independents to their side.
Both Trump and Hillary are convinced that in their final duel, odds are clearly against each of them, as both nominees are facing high unfavorably ratings.
Trump has lost its early advantages after the release of his 2005 set tapes recorded on the sidelines of beauty pageant and fresh sex allegations, while Hillary has been exposed by by Wikileak’s over corruption issues and her alleged relations with Goldman Sachs.
As the powerful duo again clash on Wednesday night in yet another dramatic,unpredictable finale, these are some of the stuff to watch in the duel:
- Will Trump reiterate his claim that election gonna be ‘rigged?”
With his falling poll ratings and mutiny and discord in the Republican camp, Trump may play with his secret weapon: to tell Republicans that US election 2016 is gonna be rigged by “Crooked Hillary” and her biggest conspirators, the US media.
It is rumored, he will take it as the last step, to crate panic in the minds of US voters and to create a sympathy wave for his Presidential bid. Recently, President Barack Obama hs hinted at it, “whining before the game’s even over.”
“no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even rig America’s elections,” Obama mocked Trump.
2. Will Trump allege Hillary is “on high?”
After his second debate, Trump has alleged Hillary is on high,leading to lot of speculation in the media. As his reputation as schemer goes well, Trump can bring with stunning personal accusations on Clintons, be it Bill Clinton’s sexual escapades, or Hillary’s role in helping sex offenders as an attorney or her personal rapprt with Goldman Sachs.
It is highly possible he could go to any extend this time.
3. DEBATE GUESTS-Obama’s half-brother
To prove Obama’s alleged foreign origin issue and to rally Republicans and right wingers behind him, Trump may invite Obama’s half-brother as debate guest. But, Hillary is likely to follow a moderate approached as per Michelle Obama advice: “When they go low, we go high.”
4. If Wikileaks comes with more Clinton hacked mails and alleged corruption
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange announced it will release very damaging facts on Clinton soon, mostly her nexus with GOLDMAN SACHS paid talks, so chances of hacked Clinton may arrive any moment now. Wikileaks has rejected Hillary’s claim that it is targeting her only to help Trump and help Russia.
So she might bring issue of “disturbing role” Russia is doing this time in the U.S. election.
“We think that important context for that should focus on the extraordinary and unprecedented and very disturbing role that Russia is playing in trying to influence our election,” a Clinton aid said.
5. Pressure on moderator
All eyes are on Chris Wallace, as he conducts life’s most challenging job. In last debates, both nominees put pressure tactics, especially by Trump to limit the moderator as a passive referee.