He said it. The he is Mack Niquette of Bloomberg. He headlines his article on tonight's debate with the assessment that the campaign has become an "unpredictable race." Here you can read his article.
That's why the stakes for the face-off in the first debate are so high. And, media outlets which have been smug - such as the Drudge Report - seem less so. The Drudge Report headline about the debate today is neural. There's not even an unflattering photo of Hillary.
For stakeholders in each nominee this is a tense time.
For instance, law firm Jones Day has two partners representing the Make America Great Again campaign. If Donald Trump wins, the folks at Jones Day have unique access to the White House and equally unique input on the next justices for the U.S. Supreme Court.