Soon we will see whether Hillary Clinton heeds the warning of football great John Madden: trying to hold on to a lead with a “prevent defense” only prevents you from winning.
In Wednesday’s debate she faces an unpredictable and ruthless opponent in Donald Trump, who has nothing left to lose. In recent weeks he has insulted the appearance of women who have accused him of groping them and held a media appearance with women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misbehavior (whom he also invited to his second debate with Mrs. Clinton). Mr. Trump is likely to try to prosecute Mrs. Clinton over Benghazi, allegations against former President Bill Clinton, her use of private email as secretary of state, and emails posted by WikiLeaks.
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