What time is Clinton vs. Trump presidential debate: How to watch live streaming, schedule, TV channel
Washington: Republican debates were very entertaining till the time Donald Trump won the nomination war and beat Ted Cruz with huge margin. Now many people are expecting the real presidential debate between maverick Trump and seasoned politician and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
There are huge expectations from the debate and reports suggest that more than 100 million people will be watching the debate across the US that is expected to be fiery, to say the least. Around 35 percent people have said that the debate will help them to make a decision in supporting a particular candidate in the US presidential elections 2016.
This is a huge percentage of undecided voters and supporters and campaign managers of both the candidates will be praying for a knockout performance by their respective candidate. Donald Trump who used to ridicule his opponents in the Republican debates will find it hard to give the same treatment to a very seasoned debater Hillary Clinton who has huge experience at the top level for a long time.
In the meantime the managers of both the presidential candidates’ campaigns acknowledged the importance of Monday’s televised presidential debate, saying the event could shape the opinions of a large number of Americans who have yet to settle on their choice in what has been a bruising presidential election.
How to watch:
When: 9 pm Eastern
Where: Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
TV: CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, PBS, Univision, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, C-SPAN, etc.
Online: A live stream will be available at debates.twitter.com.