By Dipo Olowookere
Candidates of the two major political parties in the November 2016 presidential election in the United States will go head-to-head in a TV debate on Monday night.
This would be the first time both are going face-to-face on the same stage. Outcome of the debate may likely have a huge impact on gaining votes from the electorates.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will be at the Hofstra University in New York for the all-important battle.
It is estimated that they would be watched by 100 million viewers.
Observers believe it is still a tight race for both Clinton and Trump.
In 43 days’ time, Americans will head to the polls to choose their leader for the next four years as President Barack Obama leaves the White House after spending eight years in office.