Trump and Hillary invitations to Las Vegas debate create a buzz . . . and a handshake problem

Expect the unexpected in Vegas.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has invited a special guest to be in the audience at the final presidential debate Wednesday.

Sitting in the front row in Las Vegas observing firsthand the face-off to be monitored by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will be President Obama’s Kenyan-born half-brother, Malik Obama, a Trump supporter.

The news of Obama’s attendance came a day after it was revealed that Patricia Smith, the mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, would be in attendance as one of Trump’s guests.

Hillary Clinton has invited Trump-bashing billionaire Mark Cuban to her side of the ring.

Fortunately for the Clintons, there won’t be an awkward moment between for President Bill Clinton and the current president’s brother being forced to shake hands.

That’s because the Clinton campaign successfully lobbied to have the candidates spouses enter close to their seats so they won’t have to shake each others hands, according to the New York Times.

The campaign feared Trump would bring more of the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault and force him to come face to face with them.

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“What happens in Vegas could change the course of the American body politic, according to Donald Trump,” Fox News chief political correspondent Cameron reported on “The Kelly File” Tuesday.

The announcement came after the president made some highly critical remarks directed at Trump in a Rose Garden joint news conference with the Italian prime minister.

Trump also drummed up excitement when he announced that if elected, he would support term limits for members of Congress: six years (three terms) for House members, 12 years (two terms) for Senators.

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