Spectator Events in association with Rathbones presents a debate:
The 2016 US Presidential Election: Clinton or Trump?
On 8 November 2016, the American electorate will go to the polls to vote for the candidate they believe to be the best person to lead their country for the next four years. But will Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump be victorious? Barack Obama’s presidency has left America more polarised than ever. As a battle of ideology and character, the race for the White House has been unpredictable and unprecedented. And with the polls so volatile, anything could happen.
Join Andrew Neil and a line-up of leading voices to debate who will become the next President of the United States, and what we can expect of each candidate.
- Andrew Neil, Chairman, Spectator Magazine Group
Speakers for Trump:
- Conrad Black, former proprietor, The Spectator
- R. Emmett Tyrrell. Jr, founder and editor-in-chief, American Spectator
- Taki Theodoracopulos, writer, The Spectator's High Life column
Speakers for Clinton:
- Bonnie Greer, American playwright, author and critic
- Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs commentator, Financial Times
- Robert Ravelli, chair, Democrats Abroad UK
7 p.m. Bar opens
7.30 p.m. Debate begins