The second Presidential Debate 2016 is set in a few hours, and those without cable can still watch online.
The second debate is going to be explosive to say the least. After how scandalous last week was for Republican candidate Donald Trump, expect him to prove his worth tonight and pounce on Hillary Clinton.
For those who missed it, just this past Saturday, a overtly lewd video of Trump was acquired and published by Washington Post. In the 3-minute video, the candidate was clearly heard talking about his wife and other women, and how she sexually assaulted them.
“Donald Trump bragged in vulgar terms about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women during a 2005 conversation caught on a hot microphone,” The Washington Post described.
Donald Trump Video: Access Hollywood 2005
Trump has since released an apology for the extremely vulgar terms and comments he has used in the 2005 video.
“Anyone who knows me knows these words don’t reflect who I am,” the billionaire mogul said.
“I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize.”
However, it was not enough to fix the problem it had caused. After the clip was released, several Republican senators and congressmen have withdrawn support for Trump.
With all that has happened this weekend, and how the video affected his campaign, expect Trump to go at it tonight. Will Clinton be able to handle a fierce Donald? You’ll have to see it for yourself.
Second Presidential Debate 2016 Online Live Streaming
For those without cable, here are a few links and online channels that will stream the President debate tonight:
NBC News Live Online
PBS Debate YouTube Link
Twitter – Watch Bloomberg’s Second Presidential Debate 2016 live stream here.
The social media platform has partnered with ABC News. You can watch the Second Presidential Debate 2016 online here.
Second Presidential Debate Schedule, Venue & Channel
The second debate between Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump will air tonight, Sunday, at 9pm EST, and will last for 90 minutes. The debate will be a town hall style, with audience asking questions to the candidates. Facebook questions will also be taken.
The second presidential debate 2016 will happen at the Washington University in St Louis, Missouri with debate moderators Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz.
It will air on major news channels, including ABC, Fox, CBS and CNN.