The first debate will be held on October 6 and it will be the last on November 6.
The debate is scheduled to last for eight hours, which means there will be plenty of time for the candidates to answer questions, answer questions that they know they will answer, and debate what they have to say in public.
While many people are already expecting the first presidential debate to be an absolute disaster, it will still be interesting to see how things play out.
If anything, this is going to be a very close race.
It is going be the first time a president has ever been challenged to debate in person, and it is going the direction of a general election.
So far, both candidates have answered questions well, but the questions they have answered have been incredibly vague and unspecific.
In fact, Trump has repeatedly said that he is not running for president because he does not want to run for office again, but if that is the case, then he is doing a good job.
Clinton, meanwhile, has been more explicit about the fact that she wants to run, but she has yet to answer any specific questions about her plan.
There is also the fact, which has been obvious from the beginning, that both candidates are going to want to stay in the race.
There are some interesting dynamics that are likely to arise.
Trump will have a better chance of winning the first debate if he can do a good impression of himself.
I do not expect Trump to look much different than he did on the first day of the first Presidential Debate.
He is going into the debate looking like the same old Donald Trump, except now he is wearing an orange hat and holding a microphone instead of a teleprompter.
This is because he has spent the last several weeks preparing for the first Democratic debate.
On the first night of the debate, Trump gave an interview to CBS, in which he gave a detailed, detailed explanation of why he did not want a third term as president.
His explanation of his reasons for not running was very clear and he did a good impersonation of Donald Trump.
But in his first public remarks since the debate last Friday, Trump was very vague about why he decided to leave the White House.
Here are some of the key parts of his answer that were vague and unconvincing.
“I think the way we’ve been treated by the press has been unfair and I think that’s why I decided to run and I will not be the president anymore.”
“It’s not fair that I can’t be president anymore, because I’ve been receiving a lot of criticism from the press, and I can tell you, if I could go back and have been president and I could have handled the press differently, I would have.”
The second part of this answer is pretty good.
First, Trump is saying that he will not run for president again because he feels that the media is “fair” to him.
Second, he is referring to the fact he was the subject of a criminal investigation, which was a significant factor in his decision to leave office.
And, third, he says that he did something that was very, very different than what he did when he ran for office.
The only thing that I really find troubling about this answer and this interpretation of the issue is that Trump did not really do anything that was “very different” from what he was doing when he was running for office when he made this comment.
We have already established that Trump has had an ongoing series of legal troubles that have impacted his ability to perform his duties as president, and now that he has decided to try to avoid another criminal investigation while continuing to run as president by changing his public image, that has been a major factor in why he is refusing to take responsibility for his actions as president while campaigning for the Republican nomination.
Even before the third presidential debate, we already knew that Trump would be a bad candidate for president.
He has had a history of dishonesty, racism, and misogynistic comments, and his lack of transparency and accountability as president has made him unpopular with the public.
There are plenty of people who have predicted that Trump will lose the debates and lose the general election, but it is still possible for Trump to win both.
However, there are several other factors that are going in his favor.
For starters, we have already seen the rise of third party candidates.
Donald Trump has been endorsed by both Ted Cruz and John Kasich, who have both campaigned for Trump.
Kasich has also endorsed John Kasich for President.
Kasich is not a perfect candidate by any means, but he is a reasonable conservative and someone who is willing to talk about issues that are important to the American people.
At the same time, Kasich has never held elective office, and has had some very serious public controversies during his time as