Why Hillary Clinton has to be a part of this town hall debate

A town hall event at the University of Virginia campus has become an unlikely venue for Democrats to discuss the state of the race.

Instead, the town hall is being held at the same time as a Democratic presidential debate, and a debate is scheduled for Friday at Hofstra University.

The town hall, which has been scheduled for three weeks, is scheduled to include both candidates and questions from the audience.

A handful of reporters are also on the ground to cover the event, and at least one has been photographed.

Some of the questions will center on the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server, which critics say unfairly targets her, as well as Trump’s response to the attack.

Others will focus on issues such as a proposed gun control measure that is supported by a majority of the public.

The first question will be from an undecided voter, but it could be a question about immigration.

The question is “Will you deport 11 million people?”

Clinton has been a champion for deporting undocumented immigrants and Trump has repeatedly said that he would not deport them all.

Trump has said he would consider the deportation of those who are in the country illegally and has suggested that he could be more lenient on those who have family members who are legal residents.

In the past, the debate has included questions from Republicans, including former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie.