Tonight's second presidential debate comes a day after a report from The Washington Post on Donald Trump’s past comments about women, which have left his campaign in turmoil. The revelations from the report will likely frame the debate between Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Trump’s performance in this debate will likely be critical to the survival of his campaign after numerous members of his own party have begun to withdraw their support.
The debate kicks off at 9PM ET (8PM CT, 7PM MT, 6PM PT) tonight at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and will take the form of a town hall. Half of the questions will be posed by participants in the audience, while the other half of the questions will be posed by moderator Martha Raddatz, ABC’s chief global affairs correspondent and co-anchor of This Week.
Here's how to watch:
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
As with the first debate, a number of web services will be streaming the debate live:
Facebook will be once again partnering with ABC News to stream the debate on Facebook Live, and it’s likely that it will appear on Facebook through other outlets as well.
Twitter has partnered with Bloomberg TV once again, with the stream available at debates.twitter.com.
Other streaming options
A number of television networks, including ABC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, NBC, PBS, Univision, and many others will be broadcasting the debate live.
If listening to the radio is more your style, National Public Radio will be broadcasting the debate beginning at 9PM ET, with host Robert Siegel commentating.
Altspace VR has once again teamed up with NBC News to stream tonight’s debate in VR.