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How To Watch The Second Presidential Debate

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are clearly two of the most important people in the news right now. Both have the opportunity to take on the immense and most awesome responsibility in the political world. That is to be President of the United States. 2016 will be a year some will never forget. This election is like no other and the final stages before Election Day have already begun. About two weeks ago, at Hofstra University in New York, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton went face to face for the first time in the first presidential debate.

The Second Presidential Debate

Now, this evening, Trump and Clinton will face each other once again, in an attempt to sway viewers their way. The objective being to convince voters to elect them on November 8. Many crazy things have happened between the first debate and the upcoming second debate.  It is exciting to see what both candidates have to say in defense of their political positions and personal flaws.

How To Watch

Like the first debate, Facebook and Twitter will be doing live streams of the event. Facebook will be streaming the second presidential debate under various news pages such as NowThis, CNN, Univision (which Donald Trump has had many issues with), Fox, and others. The event will be broadcasted live on television with the following networks: CNN, CBS, ABC, Fox, Fox News, C-SPAN, PBS, and MSNBC. NBC will not be able to broadcast it live on television due to their commitment to Saturday Night Football. Instead, they will stream the debate live on their YouTube Channel. The CBS News app will also allow the debate to be watched on Apple TV, iOS devices, Android devices, Roku, Fire TV, and online. 

Be sure to watch this special news event using any of these services and devices tonight at 9PM E.T or 6PM P.T. 

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