A record television audience could tune in for the first of the three debates between the U.S. presidential candidates on Monday, September 26.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may be the least liked candidates in recent memory but their presence on stage together promises to be box-office dynamite.
Both are prepping furiously behind the scenes for what will be a huge contrast in styles.
Trump is expected to rely on the strength of his personality to carry the day, steering clear of addressing key issues with any kind of gravitas or substance. Clinton will try to highlight the massive gulf in experience between the two, as well as the dangers of having such an unpredictable and erratic man as the standard bearer for the free world.
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