AmCham China and the Yale Center Beijing jointly would like to bring you to the Live TV viewing and discussion of the second Clinton-Trump presidential debate.
The second presidential debate will be in the form of a town meeting, in which half of the questions will be posed directly by attending citizens and the other half based on topics of broad public interests reflected on social media and other sources. You can read more and SUBMIT your own questions @ PresidentialOpenQuestions.com. Some of the top questions include:
- Why isn't the entire medical industry under indictment under 15 USC Sec 1?
- How can government justify refugees when we have homeless people?
- Is it alright to destroy emails under Congressional subpoena?
- What will you do to remove money from politics?
- Do CEOs in the U.S. deserve to earn 350 times more than the average U.S. workers?
- Globalism, what do you support it or oppose it and why?
- How do you plan to bring the U.S. back to the forefront of education?
- Why do we continue to provide aid to countries that are obviously not our allies?
Similar our first debate event held on September 27, a panel discussion after the debate will be led by senior community and business leaders that are friends of AmCham China in Beijing.
Join us, bring your family or a colleague, or simply refer the event to a visitor that happens to be in town! Our first debate event sold out and was attended by nearly 150 people. The space is limited for this event, so sign up quickly!
The commentaries made by speakers and members of the audience are strictly off the record.