The second presidential debate takes place this Sunday night (October 9), and thanks to a leaked tape involving Donald Trump talking quite vulgarly about women, it promises to be another three-ring circus.
Unlike the first debate, this go-round will take the form of a town hall meeting, with half the questions coming from citizens and half from the moderator.
Which means all those questions NBC’s Lester Holt, who moderated the first debate, avoided, will most likely be asked.
So expect to hear about Trump’s tape, as well as many of his other highly-offensive remarks, along with Clinton’s involvement in Benghazi and her security lapses.
And expect to hear a lot of yelling and name-calling too.
For those who haven’t heard, the latest scandal involves the surfacing of a tape from 11-years ago, where Trump, who had just married third wife Melania, is heard telling current NBC Today correspondent Billy Bush (who was with Access Hollywood at the time), how he tried to bed Nancy O’Dell and got rejected.
He also makes lewd remarks about taking what you want from famous women- and how they don’t mind when you do.
Trump issued an apology afterwards- something he seems to be getting quite good at.
Needless to say, at this point, anything controversial that comes from either candidate is less than surprising.
For those who want to watch the drama unfold, read on to learn the time, free live streaming options, channels and more.
Time & Place: The debate kicks off live from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, at 9 P.M. EST.
ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate the event, which will run for 90-minutes.
Channels: The debate will air on all the major network channels and all the cable news channels, as follows: CBS, ABC, FOX, WCNY, CNN, CSPAN, CSPAN2, CNBC, FOX News, MSNBC, FOX Business, Bloomberg, and BBC World.
NBC is the lone station that will not air the debate; instead, they will be showing Sunday Night Football.
Free Live Streaming: Free live streaming of the debate is available from several sources, for those who need to watch on the go or from their devices:
For those with a cable subscription, you can stream for free using any of the above channel’s websites, such as WATCH ABC. You just need a valid cable subscription to sign-in.
Radio: Those using satellite radio can listen on over a dozen SiriusXM channels, including CNBC (Ch. 112) and CNN (Ch. 116).
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