Monday’s presidential debate kicks off at 8 CT, as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton go head to head for the first time.
Republican party spokesperson, Jack Avery said tonight’s debate will be more entertaining than Monday Night Football .
While Washington County Democratic Chair Tyler Clark said he plans to see a television spectacle as more than 100-million people are expected to tune in.
Both parties said this is a moment they’ve been anticipating for months.
Avery expects Benghazi and national security to be a hot button topic.He said he hopes to hear fresh ideas from Trump on Monday
Clark said, Monday’s debate will be an emotional one. He wants Hillary to be a little less robotic and convey her passion on the issues.
“I think it really depends on what Donald Trump has to say tonight. Often times how he sticks his foot in his mouth. I think it’s going to be important for Hillary to stay on both feet and not be shaken necessarily by negativity, ” said Clark.
Avery said, “I think that Mr. Trump’s style has won over a lot of people in America who are angry and frustrated with Washington DC politics right now. He’s very transparent. His lack of a filter endears him to many Americans because they know exactly what they’re getting from him when he does speak. “