This is it, the last chance to see Donald Trump go head-to-head with Hillary Clinton before one of them becomes the new President of the United States on Nov. 8. Tune in to the live stream right here to catch every second of the crazy action.
Watch Debate Live Stream — See Clinton & Trump’s Final Face-Off Online Here
Someone is going to get elected less than three weeks from today, so if you’re not sure who you want to vote for, now is your last chance to watch the candidates debate. Donald Trump, 70, and Hillary Clinton, 68, will be facing off at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Oct. 19, and you’re not going to want to miss it. The live stream above will begin at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST, and it’s sure to get crazy.
This final debate will be a classic debate, whereas the last one was more of a town hall. Moderator Chris Wallace – a veteran Fox News anchor – will ask the candidates about all of the important issues, including debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, and foreign hot spots. He will also give Donald and Hillary to argue their fitness to be president.
Though not included in the official debate topics, we’re sure Donald will be asked to address the claims of several women that he groped or kissed them against their will. At the second presidential debate, he was asked about a video in which he told Billy Bush he could do “anything” including “grabbing (women) by the p***y” because he’s famous. At the time, he explained that that was just “locker room talk” and he had not assaulted anyone. In the weeks sense, many women claim that he did exactly that.
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This debate, like the others, will last for 90 minutes straight with no commercials. Each of the six segments will last 15 minutes, and the time will be divided equally (though Donald will probably still complain about it.) If the past two debates have been any indication, it’s sure to be a circus.