The debate format on Sunday night is the town hall format. The questions will be asked by audience members. This makes it difficult for the candidates to push back at the question. They must be respectful and appreciative of the question, The candidates will be sitting on chairs or stools, not behind a podium. They are out in the open. They can walk around. Trump's strength is standing behind a podium pontificating to large crowds. He won't be able to make his many gestures because he will be holding onto a microphone. He's not good at answering direct questions because he doesn't have a working knowledge of many issues. How many times has he said, "We're going to look into that. We're going to ask a bunch of experts and put out a statement in a couple of weeks." I suspect that the audience members will not let him off the hook. Clinton is more comfortable in small crowds and has years of practice at this type of format. Trump? He couldn't care less about preparation. Last night his campaign staged a town hall style meeting and Trump would have nothing to do with it. “This has nothing to do with Sunday,” the GOP nominee told the group of nearly 200 people, invited by the campaign, as they packed into the toasty hall. “Forget debate prep -- give me a break.” http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ar...ooh-poohs_debate_prep_at_nh_event_131993.html I expect Trump to lose this debate and lose it big. Clinton will get under his skin, he will get angry in front of a small group of people in an intimate setting and it will be ugly.