Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist, wraps up the final debate of 2016 and discusses what will happen after November 8th. He is joined by Andrew Stiles, political reporter at Heat Street, and Charlie Sykes, radio host and editor in chief of

The first half hour of the debate was particularly substantial on issues of the Supreme Court, gun control, and abortion. “I had a hard time imagining any conservative or pro-life voter who watched that who was not horrified and was not convinced that no matter what you think of Donald Trump, you can not possibly think about voting for Hillary Clinton,” Sykes said.

But the line from the debate that newspapers are still talking about is Donald Trump’s refusal to say he will accept the results of the election if he loses. “He’s insured that he will have the highest rated concession speech in the history of America. And that’s good for Trump, good for the media,” Stiles said.