Speaking with New York billionaire and radio talk show host John Catsimatidis on Sunday, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, expressed her candidate’s willingness to meet with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for a fourth debate.
“The debates are a very unique opportunity for all of America to see these candidates side by side. And I wish there were more debates.”
“I think Donald Trump would challenge Hillary Clinton to another debate for a very simple reason: Unless you are a money donor, you are not going to have much access to Hillary Clinton out on the stump now,”
“So, to give people a free opportunity to see them side by side and have them really mix it up on the issues to me is the purest form of democracy,” Conway said on The Cats Round Table.
Conway delivered her comments on the same day she conceded the real estate mogul trails Clinton during an appearance on Meet the Press, but vowed to press on, declaring: “We are not giving up. We know we can win this.”
In a similar interview with Fox News Sunday, Conway revealed the Trump campaign was expanding campaign advertising expenditures in key battleground states.
The New York businessman and former Secretary of State met for a third and final debate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19.
The Clinton campaign had no response to Conway’s proposition as of Sunday evening and has little motivation to take the offer, as the Democratic candidate now enjoys a solid six point lead over Trump nationally, according to an average of the latest polls.
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