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Students For Trump And Students For Hillary To Debate U.S. Foreign Policy Thursday

Just as election season is finally winding down, the Penn State Bull Moose Party supporting Donald Trump for President will debate Penn State Students for Hillary in a foreign policy debate on Thursday at 8 p.m. This will be the second debate between the two organizations following one earlier this semester on taxes, the economy, and foreign policy.

The debate will be moderated by the Penn State International Affairs and Debate Association (PSIADA), which hosts the university’s Model United Nations organization. The Bull Moose Party and Students for Hillary will be debating and answering questions on two topics: the conflict in Iraq and Syria, and immigration. Questions for the two groups have been collected from students, but can still be submitted ahead of time on this form.

The debate will be held Thursday, November 3 at 8 p.m. in 10 Sparks Building. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP here.

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