Presidential Debate Topics Revealed For Boca Raton's Lynn University

Lynn University Boca Raton Presidential Debate

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — While all eyes are on the second Presidential Debate set for this week at Hofstra University, the Commission on Presidential Debates has released its topic list for the third debate set for October 22nd at Lynn University.
Moderator Bob Schieffer will focus on foreign policy, and while this may change depending on world events, here is what viewers can expect:

America’s role in the world

Our longest war – Afghanistan and Pakistan

Red Lines – Israel and Iran

The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – I

The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism – II

The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s World

The debate will be held on Monday, October 22 at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. The format calls for six 15-minute time segments, each of which will focus on one of the topics listed above. The moderator will open each segment with a question. Each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Following the candidates’ responses, the moderator will use the balance of the 15-minute segment to facilitate a discussion on the topic. All debates start at 9:00 p.m. ET and run for 90 minutes.

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1 thought on “Presidential Debate Topics Revealed For Boca Raton's Lynn University

  1. Will this be a town hall meeting? I certainly have a good question I would like to have asked. No person has asked any of several questions. Perhaps there are questions “not allowed” and that is
    a travesty if true. The press/newsmedia have opportunity nearly every day to ask questions and they don’t. It would be terrific if fact checkers could be involved; maybe the truth would be more likely. I often listen to speakers and the persons who immediately “spin” spoken words into a different meaning. That is insulting; citizens deserve better.
    into something that was not said.

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