It’s show time.

The first Presidential debate between the donkey’s Hillary Clinton and the elephant’s Donald Trump is tonight, an event millions of Americans are looking forward to watching. It is likely to draw more viewers than any American event in history, including Super Bowls. Never before has a “non-politician” like Mr. Trump made it so close to the seat in the Oval Office, and given his candor and tell-it-like-it is style of speech, people are wondering what in the world to expect.

We told you from the beginning:  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were the ONLY #15 FCILs in the race (out of the plethora of #13 FCIRs), and lo and behold, look who we have left. As for Trump, look for him to be presidential, knowing that Hillary is going to try her best to make him look incompetent and uncaring and volatile. She will definitely be seeking to make Donald look like the chauvinistic buffoon, likely calling him out on racism, bad business, etc.

As a whole, the #15s seek to be principled, but when their love for power grows excessively, watch out. Many folks around Hillary Clinton, particularly the Secret Service, have told story after story of her mean-spirited ways. Writes one author, “When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously. As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident. One former agent writesHillary would cuss at Secret Service drivers for going over bumps. Another former member of her detail recollects, Hillary never talked to us. Most all members of first families would talk to us and smile. She never did that.

It’s good to remember that #15s are dominant Inanimates, and though female FCILs are typically nurtured in childhood to be more people-sensitive and affable than their male counterparts (who are more Right brain proficient), Hillary Rodham appears to have been an exception to this tendency. Whether it be from mom, dad, or a fellow sibling, Inanimate children are heavily influenced by other hair-splitting family members amplifying further one’s innate impersonal nature. Though it cannot be verified with certainty, it has been reported Hillary’s father, Hugh, instituted some stricter standards with his children. It is likely home life began the process of magnifying her detached ways. Couple this with an Ivy League education, becoming a lawyer, and then spending most of her adult life with the master manipulator of logic, Bill Clinton, it is rather easy to grasp her aloof proclivities.

Trump also has his flaws for sure, but as a businessman and deal-maker he has learned to act more agreeable and accommodating, despite his reality-show persona. Whether he attempts to attack Hillary’s controversial, sketchy past (and present) will remain to be seen, but look for him to come out swinging!

Lastly, as we’re said before, so we’ll say again. Hillary will NEVER bow out while she’s still standing. Unless her health involves a serious disease that cannot be concealed from the public, look for her to battle her way to the position of POTUS, a position she has desperately been seeking her entire life. As fellow #15 Colin Powell wrote not long ago in a recently uncovered email regarding Hillary, “A 70-year person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational.”

Written by: Staff
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