The Commission on Presidential Debates recently announced the first presidential debate will be moderated by NBC's "Nightly News" anchor Lester Holt. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton will face-off on Monday, Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
Viewers can tune in to major broadcast networks to watch the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump. See the event live on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and C-SPAN. Cable news channels such as CNN and MSNBC will also broadcast the event.
We expect details about the debate's live stream channel will be announced in the next few weeks.
The upcoming presidential debate will have six sections of 15 minutes each on topics chosen by the moderators, according to NBC News. The event will start at 9 p.m. Eastern Time.
The schedules for the second and third debate are also announced. On Sunday, Oct. 9, the second meeting of Clinton and Trump will happen at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. ABC News' chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz and CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper will be the moderators of the event.
The third presidential debate is scheduled on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. The moderator for the event will be Chris Wallace of Fox News.
Meanwhile, the vice presidential debate between Tim Kaine of Democratic Party and Mike Pence of Republican Party will happen on Oct. 4 at Longwood University, in Farmville, Virginia.
In the latest survey, Trump leads Clinton by 19 points among military and veteran voters, as per report from NBC News.
The poll was conducted online from Aug. 29 to Sept. 4. The participants of the survey were 32,226 registered voters, including 3,358 who are currently serving and have previously served in the U.S. military.
Interestingly, after Trump's controversial statements regarding war veteran Sen. John McCain and his criticism to the Khan family, the Republic nominee has secured the support of U.S. military members and veterans. Also, earlier this week, a group of 88 retired generals expressed their support for Trump to reverse the "hollowing out" of the U.S. military.
For Clinton's campaign, on the other hand, it announced that 95 retired generals and admirals have endorsed her presidential run.
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