The second presidential debates are finally here.
The debate will take place on September 26 in Las Vegas.
The candidates will be asked a number of tough questions from the audience.
This is the second debate of the 2016 cycle.
This one will focus on foreign policy, but the candidates have a number more important issues to address.
Here’s what you need to know about the first debate, which took place on October 3.
The 2016 Presidential Debate: A look at the Debate’s Questions As the first presidential debate took place in 2012, the candidates faced some difficult questions.
In the face of this, Mitt Romney and John McCain made a conscious decision to address the audience on foreign affairs.
They did this by answering tough questions, but also by showing a greater understanding of each other.
As a result, the two men did a very good job of making the audience feel that they had a common interest.
The audience is often asked to choose which of the two candidates they prefer, and their answers were clearly defined by their answers to the first and second presidential questions.
Why did the candidates answer the first two questions?
The first question asked whether Romney and McCain agree on the following: How can we defeat ISIS?
Is there a strategy to take out ISIS before it has a chance to expand?
How is the economy handling the refugee crisis?
What is the most important issue for this election?
The second question asked which candidate would you rather have as commander-in-chief: Is Barack Obama qualified to be president?
Do you agree with the candidate who will become the next president of the United States?
Are you worried about climate change?
Which candidate will you support if you win the general election in November?
Why is the third question more important than the first?
Here are some of the key questions: Who do you trust more?
Does Romney have a clear understanding of the issues facing this country?
Can you trust the other candidates on foreign and domestic policy?
Who is your favorite candidate?
Which issues do you believe are most important to the United State?
Will you be voting for the candidate you like the most?
And the answer to the last question, which was about climate?
There were plenty of other interesting questions posed to the candidates.
What’s the big takeaway from the first Presidential Debate?
The candidates were asked a series of tough issues that are key to the US’s foreign policy and national security.
Romney’s foreign policies are extremely conservative.
He has said that we should not go to war, and that we must avoid taking foreign military assets overseas.
He supports Israel’s annexation of the West Bank, and has stated that if he were president, Israel would not be a democracy.
McCain, on the other hand, has been a consistent critic of US foreign policy.
In addition to his stance on Iran and ISIS, he has expressed support for US military intervention in Syria and Afghanistan, and for using military force against Iran in the Persian Gulf.
Which questions did Romney and which did McCain answer?
On foreign policy issues, the questions focused on the US-led coalition against ISIS.
Both candidates supported the war against the Islamic State, and both candidates opposed military intervention against the Syrian government.
However, Romney and his running mate Joe Biden did express a willingness to intervene militarily to protect Syrian civilians.
In contrast, McCain has called for military action to stop the spread of ISIS, but has not advocated using US military force to do so.
How did the questions affect the debate?
While Romney and Biden were asked tough questions on foreign relations, the other three candidates were given less tough questions.
This was because the candidates were faced with the same questions from their audience.
For example, on climate change, neither Romney nor Biden was able to answer the question that will determine whether the United Kingdom leaves the European Union: Can the United Nations take action to address climate change and protect the world’s poorest people?
But McCain was able answer the same question with a more direct answer.
He said: “The world is warming.
The world is getting more crowded.
We’re getting more intense weather.
The sun is going to go into the atmosphere.
We’ve got a lot of different things going on at once.
And so, you’ve got to ask yourself: Is there something that can be done about it?
When Romney and Joe Biden were confronted with the question of how to deal with climate change on September 6, they responded by saying they would “take the lead” on a national effort to combat climate change.
Is the second Presidential Debate going to be a good or bad debate?
In the face for the second Democratic debate, the first Republican debate took the form of a mock debate, with the two Republican candidates making their case for their candidates.
This debate, however, was different. This mock