Today at 9:00pm the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, will be the center of the world when the North American presidential nominees face their final debate on national television. This time it is expected that the debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton determines just how sordid the rest of this race will be — and how difficult the healing process will be once it ends.
An interesting article from The New York Times sets the possibility that the two nominees approach the debate.
In the full article that you can find al the end of this story, you can see some remarkable notes about an alleged worry of Mr. Trump, who is already the most disliked presidential nominee in the history of polling and his alleged intention of bringing up a new accusation of sexual assault against former President Bill Clinton.
According to The New York Times Trump´s reputation is unlikely to recover if he continues to peddle conspiracy theories about election fraud and mock the looks of the women who have accused him of sexual assault.
On the other hand, Hillary Clinton is at the time well positioned as the race enters its final days but that doesn’t mean that Mr. Trump is the only one confronting a stark choice about how to proceed.
One of the most interesting things from tonight debate will be if the sexual assault scandals will dominate the debate or Mrs. Clinton will keep herself held back from attacking Mr. Trump aggressively on this front, allowing other Democrats, like Mrs. Obama, to lead the charge.