The Clinton Trump Debate is happening tonight from 9pm to 10:30pm. This is the very first televised US Presidential debate of the 2016 election campaign. Later tonight, the most awaited face-to-face of Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump will be available to watch worldwide.

The debate will take place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. The school has hosted presidential debates back in 2008 and 2012. According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, news anchor from NBC Nightly News Lester Hold will moderate the debate

USA’s biggest political presidential debate will have a bigger and wider audience as it is available on broadcast television and all of these broadcasts are free from commercial interruptions.

Where to live stream the Presidential Debate

 Aside from the TV broadcast of the debate, it will also be available via online streaming through different social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. There are also some cable networks with online services that will cover the presidential debate.

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Some news channels like ABC News will use the Facebook Live function of the social media site for easy access to audiences and to allow them to feel the event exactly as it happens.

Other websites will also cover this much awaited presidential debate on live streaming such as ABC News, BuzzFeed News, CBS News, CNN, C-SPAN, Daily Caller and Fox News.

Bloomberg TV’s live coverage will be via Twitter at debates.twitter.com, having to cover pre and post-debate segments.

Sites of NBC News, PBS, Politico, Telemundo, Wall Streen Journal, Univision, Huffington, Hulu, Yahoo and Fox Business News will also live stream the debate.

Clinton and Trump are set to have three debates. Two further debates will then follow on October 9 at Washington U. in St. Louis. The final debate will be on October 19 at UNLV in Las Vegas.

Stay tuned for more updates on The Presidential Debates.