This is your last chance, folks! Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be facing off for the final time before the election on Oct. 19, so if you haven’t heard what they both have to say, this is the perfect opportunity to make your choice. We have all the details on how, when, and where to watch, right here!
If somehow you’ve been living under a rock and managed to skip the first two explosive presidential debates between Donald Trump, 70, and Hillary Clinton, 68, this is your last chance to hear what the two candidates have to say for themselves before the Nov. 8 election. The big final showdown will take place on Weds. Oct. 19 at 6 PM EST, and will be 90 minutes with no commercials.
This last debate will be moderated by veteran Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, who plans to ask the candidates about their policies on debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, and foreign hot spots. He will also question each candidates’ fitness to be President of the United States. The sure-to-be-intense debate will take place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and will air on basically every major network.
If you don’t have TV, never fear. Many different outlets will be airing the event live on YouTube, and you can tune in to a live stream right here on HollywoodLife.com the day of the debate. The first two have been must-watch events, with Donald and Hillary completely blasting each other while answering to their flaws. In the second debate, Donald addressed his controversial video with Billy Bush where he claimed he grabbed women by the crotch, and Hillary explained her email scandal. We can only imagine what will come to light with such a great journalist taking the reigns.
HollywoodLifers, will you be tuning in to the final debate? Share your thoughts with us!