How to Crush Your Debate Opponent, According To Josh Malina & Richard Kind
If you’ve ever dreamed of trading needle-sharp barbs with a political rival like one of Aaron Sorkin’s devastatingly quick presidents, you can’t miss our crash course in the art of debating. Starring The West Wing's Josh Malina and Gotham’s diabolical mayor, Richard Kind, this video outlines the rhetorical basics for how to beguile even the most seasoned opponents — from creating doubt and redefining words, to changing the subject and bombarding them with loaded questions. Watch the blistering jabs fly and get your most condescending dismissive laugh ready — these two are zanier than candidates at a Republican primary debate. Then all that's left is to get set for this fall’s presidential debate schedule. This video is part of We the Voters, a social impact campaign incorporating high-profile celebrities, real political players, and dynamic story lines into a series of groundbreaking short films and apps. We the Voters will demystify how the government and elections work, inspiring millions of young Americans to seize the power of their votes in the 2016 elections. Interconnecting 21 viral films and a variety of ancillary digital extensions across multiple platforms, We the Voters presents democracy and elections in a new, accessible format. As entertaining as it is informative, We the Voters promotes a clear call to action, encouraging young voters to make informed choices. It will be the ultimate resource for understanding what is at stake in this election — and in those to come.