- I think it will get nasty. It will get ugly

 
- I think it will get nasty. It will get ugly
On Monday evening it is ready for what many believe will be the most watched TV debate in US history. US media believe viewers can reach up to 100 million. In comparison it is estimated that 226 million Americans may vote in the election on November 8.

For Clinton, it is important to reverse the trend the recent weeks, as Trump has overtaken her once big lead in the polls, both nationally and in key states.

Since Clinton has far more political experience than Trump, expectations are much higher to her than to the political novice Trump.

During the nomination debates, the real-estate mogul, however, showed that he was good to reply to his opponents with quick comments and a doze of truth that surprised them.

- The debate is going to be even better than watching the Super Bowl, says Trump supporter John Pickens enthusiastically.

The Super Bowl is the final match in the American football league.

Pickens is one of thousands Trump supporters who made the trip to hear Trump speak at a rally in Pennsylvania this week.

Nurse Erin Macheski is another who has begun following this year's election campaign. She is not "very political" and does not have a habit of looking at presidential debates.

- But this I want to see. I think it will get nasty. It will get ugly, she said to NTB.

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