Questions arise if Hillary Clinton will ever receive ‘Trump’s treatment’

hillary-clinton-no-teeth-big-smile-ap-640x480Despite the inaugural Republican candidates presidential debate having come and gone slightly more than a week ago, the question is now starting to be asked if the precedence set at the first GOP debate will be resurrected for their opposites on the Democratic Party side.

Yea or nay, it’ll be quite some time before we find out. As the Boston Globe cited on Aug. 12, 2015, the first Democratic debate won’t even happen until sometime in mid-October.

Yet as published by the Magazine news portal on Aug. 14, 2015, political columnist Leon Wolf openly asks if during the opening moments of the far-off Democratic Party presidential debate, instead of Hillary Clinton receiving “a series of cakewalk questions” instead gets steadily hammered with questions related to “Benghazi, her email server, her tenure at State, the racial overtones of her 2008 campaign, even the absurd lies she has told over the years (like being named after Sir Edmund Hillary).”

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