Tomorrow on CNN, the sparks will fly. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off in what will be the most watched debate in election history.
Hillary has been steadily bleeding support for the last month. The email scandal continues to haunt her. The middle east is still a dumpster fire thanks to her State Department's mishandling of the Arab spring and the rise of ISIS. In poll after poll, the voters know affirm that she is corrupt and untrustworthy.
Most recently, Clinton made the mistake of picking a fight with the Alt-Right. This attack on a "basket of deplorables" as she called half of Trump's supports, backfired badly. It exposed Clinton's bitterness at the opposition. Trump immediately pounced saying that he supported all American's, not just his supports. It energized the Alt-Right and they have boldly redoubled their efforts of attacking Clinton and demoralizing hr supporters.
On Monday Clinton needs to score a resounding win to pump some energy back into the campaign. This will be difficult as Hillary is uncomfortable in front of an audience and handling difficult questions. The press will certainly try to pitch softball questions to help her.
Meanwhile, Trump can push his growing momentum into the start of a landslide with a strong debate performance. He will face the challenges of a hostile press and that he could appear to be a bully if he beats on Hillary too roughly.
Tomorrow will be an exciting day for sure.