On Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Donald Trump is going to utterly OBLITERATE Hillary Clinton in the first of three scheduled Presidential Debates. Since announcing his candidacy over a year ago, Trump has submitted to countless more TV interviews, partaken of countless more debates and held countless more press conferences in which he has been exposed to countless more questions than has Clinton. He has been subjected to disruptions, protests and hecklers at his rallies like no previous presidential candidate. These encounters have enabled him to perfect his comebacks, put-downs and zingers to an artform. There is simply NO WAY for Hillary to catch up, bridge the gap or compensate for the comparative lack of practice. Trump has been sharpened into a finely-honed rhetorical instrument by his exposure to endless adversarial interrogation by the (heavily-biased) news media. He will arrive at the debate arena with far more confidence and preparation than his rival.
And he will make MINCEMEAT of her.