Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump for US general elections 2016 will finally go head-to-head today in the much anticipated first presidential debate. We’re very excited about it but not for the right reasons. We don’t want to know what policies they are planning on – we just want to see what comes out of their mouths. The chances of them having a good/reasonable debate are close to non-existent. We expect that it will be a comedy-fest which no one in the world should miss out on. It doesn’t matter where you live, you just have to watch the live-stream of this debate. To help you with that, we have provided some links that will be covering the event for the people all over the globe.
Where to Watch the Presidential Debate on TV
Almost every major network in the USA will broadcast the debate, including CBS, Fox, NBC, PBS, Univision, and ABC. However, if you are on cable, then you can watch everything unfold on CNBC, Fusion, C-SPAN, Fox Business Network, MSNBC, CNN, and Fox News Channel.
How to Stream the Presidential Debate On the Internet
Facebook has partnered up with ABC and will live-stream their coverage of the debate. If you are living outside of USA, then this is your best option to watch the debate. However, it’s not the only option as YouTube will also be broadcasting live from PBS, Washington Post, and Telemundo. If both of the mentioned platforms don’t do the trick for you, then you can go for Twitter, which will be broadcasting Bloomberg TV’s coverage of the event.
Other than these infamous platforms, you can visit the following websites for live streams:
Over 100 million people are expected to be watching the debate and almost every one of them wants to see what these candidates have to say to each other. It’s going to be a spectacle that you would not want to miss out on at any cost.