As the two presidential candidates prepare to face-off for the second of the three debates; at Washington University in St. Louis, there’re some important things you need to watch out for and keep an eye on.
When will the second presidential debate start?
Like most debates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face each other at 9p.m. ET for one and a half hours.
Where to watch the Second presidential debate?
Most of the networks will cover the presidential debate like all the cable news channels. However, NBC will be airing the football game between Giants and Packers. A number of websites will stream live.
Who will be the Moderators?
Anderson Cooper from CNN and Martha Raddatz from ABC will moderate the second presidential debate in Louis on Sunday Night at 9 pm.
The back-up moderator will be Steve Scully from C-Span.
What’s Different With this debate?
The setting for this upcoming debate will be different compared to other debates. The town meeting setting will make sure that the debate is more interactive since
50 percent of the questions will be derived from the audience while the other
50 percent will be from the moderators.
These rules and regulations were issued by the Commission on presidential debates.
The moderator will pose questions on public interest. The nominees will have two minutes to address the questions.