The third Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump begins on Wednesday night at 9:00 P.M. EST and ends around 10:30 P.M. EST. In addition to being the third time that Senator Clinton and Mr. Trump meet on the debate floor, this Wednesday will also likely be the last time that they’re in the same room before the Election Day. This time, the debate will be hosted in Las Vegas, NV, meaning that attendees will at least have some options to bleach their eyes and ears of the vitriol they’ll most likely see and hear from Clinton and Trump. The rest of us, though, watching at home, won’t have the same luxury.
The third Presidential Debate will be in the same format as the first debate, in that a moderator will pose six questions to the two candidates and give them two minutes each to speak. Since each topic has a loose time of 15 minutes, the moderator will allow the additional time to get deeper into the question.
What Questions Will Be Asked?
According to sources, the six questions that will be asked are about: debt & entitlements, immigration, the economy, Supreme Court nominees, foreign hot spots, and fitness to be the president.
Presidential Debate Viewing Details
Date: October 18, 2016
Time: 9:00 P.M. EST – 10:30 P.M. EST
TV Channels: NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, WCNY, CSPAN, CSPAN2, CNBC, FOX News, MSNBC, FOX Business, Bloomberg, BBC World
Location: University of Nevada | Las Vegas, NV
Moderators: Chris Wallace, FOX News
How To Live Stream the Third Presidential Debates On Your Computer
Watching the third Presidential Debate live stream will be a breeze if you’re trying to tune in on your computer. You’ll have many more options than you will candidates, which is great and awful at the same time.
YouTube: Networks like NBC News, CBS, Fox News, PBS, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Univision, and Telemundo will be offering free live streams on YouTube. The upside here is that you won’t need a cable subscription log-in to watch the debates. You can check out the embedded videos in the section above.
Twitter: In addition to airing the Bloomberg coverage of the debates live from the Twitter app, the Twitter website itself will also be hosting the live stream at debates.twitter.com.
ABC Live: ABC allows paying TV customers to live stream their content, so if you’ve got a cable subscription, head on over to ABC.go.com/watch-live and enter your information there.
NBC News: NBC.com/live is a great resource for watching whatever’s on NBC, which will be the debates tonight. The only catch is that you’ll need to log-in with a cable subscription.
How To Live Stream The Third Presidential Debate On Your Mobile Phone
The second Presidential Debate is will be aired live on all major stations — CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, PBS, Univision, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, C-SPAN — and is also live-streaming on NBC News’s YouTube page and on Twitter in partnership with Bloomberg.
Twitter: Bloomberg is offering a free live stream of their coverage on Twitter, via the Twitter app or their website. Expect quality streams with the added bonus of not needing a password to watch. Coverage begins at 8:30 P.M. EST. The upside here is that you won’t need a cable subscription log-in to watch the debates.
NBC YouTube Debate Live Stream