LAS VEGAS, Nevada (The Adobo Chronicles, Las Vegas Bureau) – It’s been almost a week since the Nobel Prize committee announced that this year’s prize for Literature has been awarded to American Bob Dylan, the first musician to garner such honor.
But the committee has yet to hear from 785-year-old Dylan, and has given up knocking on his door. He was last seen in public while in Las Vegas.
Well, mytstery solved.
Today, Hillary Clinton announced that she has invited Dylan as her guest during Wednesday’s third and final U.S. presidential debate, and the musician has accepted.
The Clinton campaign told The Adobo Chronicles that Dylan’s presence at the debate at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas is Hillary’s answer to Donald Trump’s earlier announcement that he would be bringing President Barack Obama’s half-brother to the event.
The strategy by both campaigns seems to revolve around which candidate will be intimidated by which debate guest.
It will be recalled that in the past debate, Clinton had Mark Cuban as guest while Trump had three women who had been linked to Bill Clinton via sex scandals.
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