It’s the last presidential debate of 2015, and this time, it’s the Democrats’ turn. Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will meet on Dec. 19 to talk the war on terror and all the vital political issues. HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every moment so click to watch.
Right before Christmas, the Democratic presidential candidates will meet face to face. But instead of exchanging gifts, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will trade political jabs and insults as they compete for the party’s nomination. Who will end up the star on the Democratic Christmas tree and who will get a lump of coal?
Hillary, Bernie and Martin will head back to school for one night, appearing at the St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire on Dec. 19 for the third debate, reports Vox. With Hillary leading her two opponents by 31 points in a new ABC poll, all she wants for Christmas is to convince voters to pick her for president. The debate kicks off at 8 p.m. EST so be ready!
ABC News anchors David Muir and Martha Raddatz will moderate the debate. Martha, a seasoned political veteran, oversaw the 2012 vice-president debate between Paul Ryan and Joe Biden, reports Politico, when Joe called Paul’s logic “a bunch of malarkey.” Snap! Joe went old school!
Will Martha witness Bernie pull a Biden break out one of his trademark “Sanderisms” during the debate? After all, the Vermont senator famously said the world was “sick and tired” of Hillary’s “damn[ed] emails.” Plus, he even told Donald Trump to cut the crap! Speaking of The Donald, he’ll likely come up when the candidates discuss national security. Donald called for a ban on all Muslims coming into the country, a move Hillary called “shameful.”
During the second Democratic debate, Martin blasted Trump as an “immigrant bashing carnival barker.” Despite this epic burn, the former Celebrity Apprentice star is leading the GOP pack, even after he said he would “close down” part of the Internet to fight ISIS during the Dec. 15 GOP debate. When detailing this plan, Donald even managed to blast Jeb Bush by mocking his “tough guy” act.
Will Martin slam Trump again during this debate? Will Bernie get the better of Hillary, or will the former Secretary of State once again leave her opponents in the dust? There’s only one way to find out!
Who do you think will win the debate, HollywoodLifers? Who do you want for the next U.S. president?