Tonight at 8 PM EST, ABC will be hosting “The President and the People: A National Conversation”. It will be a town hall discussion with President Obama, and will be focused on race, gun violence and policing. The town hall will also feature the family members and police officers from Baton Rouge, Dallas and Minneapolis tragedies. The one-hour special town hall event comes just days after President Obama attended a Dallas memorial for the five police officers shot dead last week by a sniper. It also comes after two black men were killed by officers in Louisiana and Minnesota.
The discussion will be moderated by ABC’s David Muir and ESPN’s Jemele Hill. The discussion will take place in Washington, D.C. earlier in the day and be broadcast at 8 PM EST. The town hall is being broadcast on ABC, which means it will be shown on ABC’s family of networks. These channels include ABC, ESPN, and Freeform (formerly ABC Family)
The President and The People: A National Conversation Viewing Details
Watch The President and The People: A National Conversation Online
With a Cable Subscription: The President and The People: A National Conversation is being televised on ABC’s family of networks, which means it can be seen on ABC, ESPN, and Freeform. ABC will offer a live stream on YouTube.You can also live stream the President Obama town all on at these websites: Watch Freeform, Watch ABC, and Watch ESPN.
Without Cable Subscription: If you do not have access to a cable login, you can watchThe President and The People: A National Conversation through Sling TV, through a free one week trial. Sign up for the trial, and then download the Sling TV App, which you can download for free in the iTunes or the Google Play Store.
Watch The President and The People: A National Conversation On Phone & Tablet
You can watch President Obama’s Town Hall Speech can be live streamed on the FreeForm App, ABC App, ESPN app, or the Youtube App.