Final presidential debate tonight

Regal Cinemas screening debate

The stage is set in Las Vegas for Wednesday night’s 3rd and final presidential debate.

If you’re looking for a fun and free place to watch the debate, check out the Regal Theatres in Tampa’s Citrus Park Mall and in Pinellas Park. It's a really cool option to watch it on the big screen surrounded by other people, and it won't cost you a dime.

This final presidential debate is expected to be a doozy. You thought the candidates were feisty during the last debate, Wednesday night's is expected to be even more fiery.

The gap between Cinton and Trump is growing slightly, but it's still a very close race. The last CBS poll has Clinton leading by a 6% margin and that means Trump's performance tonight has to be stellar.

Immigration is going to be a hot debate topic tonight. We could finally hear about Trump's plan to build a wall between the US and Mexico and Clinton could defend her statements on creating open borders in North America.

Democrats want Clinton to articulate a positive vision for the country at a time when the election has revolved around accusations of sexual misconduct and dishonesty.

Republicans say Trump needs to focus on his popular antiestablishment message and shift attention away from controversies over his treatment of women and rifts with fellow Republicans.

On the table tonight: Debt, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. All strong topics for billionaire businessman Trump as he uses this final debate as a lifeline for his floundering campaign.

Clinton's aides are ready to answer tough questions about her email scandal, as Trump prepares to answer questions about the women coming forward and accusing him of sexual assault.
Trump's aides are encouraging him to back down off the message that this election is rigged stick with the message that got him this far: That he's the anti-politician and the change America needs.

(© 2016 WTSP)


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