The third and final Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will take place this evening from the University of Las Vegas (UNLV) in Las Vegas, Nevada. To say this year's race for the White House has been a bit different is an understatement. While "Trump vs. Clinton" tends to make "must see TV" at times, many Americans would love to hear what the two Presidential candidates are going to do to help the country if and when they get elected. Not just hurling insults at each other for 90 minutes."Hillary is a cheat!" "Trump is a sexist!"
Okay, while those things could be true, whether the American people like it or not, one of these two candidates is going to be the next leader of the free world.
According to a FOX News report, long time FOX News anchor Chris Wallace will be the moderator for the big event in Sin City this evening. Wallace, who has been moderating Presidential debates for decades, has announced the topics that he plans on covering tonight, and with a little luck, the candidates will stick to them.
The list of topics Wallace intends to cover includes debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be President of the United States. Each of the topics will be discussed in six 15-minute segments.
While Hillary Clinton is currently leading in many polls, Donald Trump has proved time and time again that he isn't going anywhere, and if you are a gambling man or woman, it wouldn't be wise to bet against him. If Trump wins the 2016 Election, he will not only pull off an incredible feat by becoming President of the United States, without ever previously holding a government position, he could be one of the biggest underdogs on the Las Vegas odds board to pull off a win, ever!
Trump has been an underdog since he first announced that he was running for the Oval office last year. Incredibly, just the fact that he has made it this far is pretty incredible.
When the Republican debates began over a year ago, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush were the overwhelming favorites to become the Republican nominee. Bush was the overall favorite at -200, while Rubio was right behind him at +250. Donald Trump was just an afterthought. In fact, at some sports books Trump was listed as high as +20000. If you happened to wager on Donald Trump over a year ago to become the next commander in chief, you may be holding on to a golden ticket -- that is if Trump defeats Clinton on November 8.
As of this morning, popular sports book Paddy Power has Clinton as a 1/5 and Trump at 24/5. That makes Clinton an overwhelming favorite.Now, if you think there is a possibility that after November 8 Donald Trump will be back on TV and Hillary Clinton will be giving speeches for companies around the world again, you may want to put your money where your mouth is.
If you think a third party candidate could pull off an incredible victory in two weeks, it would shock the world, and it could make you rich. Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Jill Stein (Green Party) and Evan McMullin (former Chief Policy Director for the House Republican Conference in the U.S. House of Representatives, and former CIA operations) are all listed at odds that range from 1000/1 to 7500/1.
Those odds are high enough to even make a casino owner think twice about taking large wagers.
Tonight's third and final debate of Trump vs. Clinton will get underway at 9 p.m. ET. The entire debate will air nationally on many channels including FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX Business, CNN and more. The debate will also be streaming live online through various outlets like CNN.com, FOX Business.com, ABC.go and several other media outlets.
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