Dr. Suzanne Chod discussed what voters can expect to hear in the final presidential debate
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in the final presidential debate on Thursday, October 22. The stakes were high, but many voters were left curious as to what to expect from the two candidates as they took the stage.
Dr. Suzanne Chod, associate professor of political science at North Central College, interviewed with WGN ahead of the debate to breakdown what voters could anticipated from the contentious debate.
“I know it feels like we’ve heard everything from everyone at this point, said Dr. Chod. “I think for both candidates, what we’re going to see from Joe Biden is continuing to make the case that we’ve seen failed leadership from the White House and that he is the one that’s going to come in and be able to sort of take this country and unify it, unify us back together. President Trump is going to continue to say that Joe Biden is corrupt, he is going to bring up what others have been bringing up about his son. So, I think for President Trump, in this home stretch here, is really going to try to attack Joe Biden and spend less time talking about the things that he’s going to do.”