What to Expect at Tonight’s Debate: One Pundit’s Predictions

Joe Biden at a campaign appearance in Pittsburgh, Pa., August 31, 2020; President Trump at a White House coronavirus briefing, August 10, 2020. (Alan Freed, Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
It’s a high-stakes evening in a high-stakes election, and the winner could be punching his ticket to the White House.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I t’s fight night in America. At 9 p.m. this evening, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will participate in a 90-minute clash. The moderator will be the 2016 debates’ best: Fox News’s Chris Wallace. Biden has called it a day before noon eleven times since September 1 by one count, and his campaign has repeatedly claimed that he has been spending that idle time on debate prep, so presumably, he should be ready. Trump has taken the opposite approach, campaigning hard but reportedly putting very little focus on debate prep. Wallace has selected the following topics: The integrity of the election,

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