Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had what we hope is their very last debate this week. It was probably the most substantive debate of the three, although Trump did find time to call Clinton a “nasty woman” and suggest he might not concede the election if he loses. And at the Alfred E. Smith dinner, where the candidates traditionally share good-natured jokes about each other had some sharp barbs and booing. If the polls are right, what will happen in Washington in a Hillary Clinton presidency? Jamil Smith says he'd like to see immigration and climate change addressed. Rich Lowry expects more bitterness than usual, including inter-Republican fighting.
Josh Barro (Senior Editor at Business Insider) moderates from the Center. Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. On the Left is Jamil Smith (Senior National Correspondent, MTV News). Keli Goff (Daily Beast, host of WNYC's series, Political Party with Keli Goff) is our special guest.
Photo courtesy of Rich Girard.
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