Presidential Debate 2016 (#2): Where to watch, live stream Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Anderson Cooper
The second major Presidential Debate is coming your way Sunday night from Washington University in St. Louis, and to say that this one is going to be a lively affair would be making one of the biggest understatements known to humankind. We expect fireworks, intensity, drama, and probably a little bit of contrition somewhere. The recent tapes containing lewd comments from Donald Trump will probably be a subject almost right out of the gate, and we would not be shocked to see Bill Clinton’s name be brought into this at some point. In the end, this could end up being one of the ugliest debates that we have seen to date in the entire election cycle.
So when does it start? Think 9:00 p.m. Eastern time, and there are a wide array of different places to watch it in between any of your favorite broadcast networks or cable news outlets. You can even watch it via NBC News’ own YouTube stream below. Since there are no advertisements during the debate, there is less of an incentive for people to protect the broadcast in some way.
As for the moderators, CNN’s own Anderson Cooper will try to make sense of all of this alongside Martha Raddatz of ABC News. There is no harder job out there than debate moderator, given that you are trying to quiet down two of the biggest personalities in the nation as they try to craft the narrative that will best lead towards one of them becoming President.
Tonight, we know we will be back to further evaluate the performance of the moderators in what is meant to be slightly more of a town-hall format. As for specific politics, we won’t be diving too much into that.
For now, the one place we’d direct you for some political discourse of the humorous variety is our “Saturday Night Live” review from earlier this weekend. (Photo: CNN.)