Monday night marks the very first Presidential Debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The debate is highly talked about, and has all the makings of an all out war of words. So how can you watch the debate online or from your home? We’ve got all the information you need.
Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton Face Off In First Presidential Debate Of The Election
If you’re at home and want to watch the first Presidential Debate on television, you’re in luck. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are going to be plastered all over multiple networks during the debate and you basically have your choice between a handful of networks to watch.
Networks such as NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN, C-SPAN, MSNBC, Fox News, and Univision will all be broadcasting the first debate of the presidential race. So, if you’re at home and want to tune into what could possibly be the most interesting/entertaining debate ever you have a lot choices.
How To Watch The First Presidential Debate Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
However, if you’re looking to watch the first Presidential Debate of the election and can’t get to a TV, then you can also watch the debate online. Facebook, Huffington Post, Yahoo, The Daily Caller, Buzzfeed News, Politico, Hulu, Telemundo, and the Wall Street Journal will all have available ways for people to watch the debate live and online.
You won’t want to miss this debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton if you can help it. Not only will everyone be talking about it on Tuesday morning, but a record 100 million people are expected to tune in!