Clinton supporter on first debate: 'She has to really exude what she is'
(WLUK) -- A Hillary Clinton supporter and former Maryland attorney general says Clinton needs to be herself at the first 2016 presidential debate Monday night.
Doug Gansler talked about the presidential race Thursday morning in a Beyond the Podium interview on Good Day Wisconsin.
"I think she just needs to come across as who she is," said Gansler. "She's been around for two decades. People know her. People know the Clintons. (Donald) Trump is something that's new. I think she has to really exude what she is. She's brilliant. She's got a record of leadership. She's somebody who can protect the country, and she embraces our diversity."
Click the play button on the image above to watch the full interview.
Tuesday morning on Good Day Wisconsin, Trump supporter and former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Trump should stick to his values and not get angry while on stage with Hillary Clinton.
The 90-minute debate will begin at 8 p.m. central time Monday, Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. FOX 11 will air the debate live.
NBC's Lester Holt will be the moderator. According to the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, the topics for Monday are America's direction, achieving prosperity and securing America. The topics could change because of news developments.
The format calls for six 15-minute time segments. Two 15-minute segments will focus on each of the topics listed above. There are no commercial breaks during the debate.