Presidential Debate 2016: Hillary Clinton Vs Donald Trump

This is the most anticipate debate of any kind, Will you be watching? Kicks off 2am Nigerian Time

US presidential debates between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump early Tuesday, 27 September (2am) Nigerian time.  It will be the first time that the two candidates face off in what has proved to be a bitter and divisive US general election campaign.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will go head-to-head on Monday, September 26, for the first presidential debate in a series leading up to election day in November.

The pair will tackle issues like America’s Direction, Achieving Prosperity and Securing America on Monday, according to The Wall Street Journal. (Their first general-election debate will take place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.)

NBC News’ Lester Holt will moderate the debate, which will kick off at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched on any major cable and broadcast network, including CNN, Fox News, ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC and C-SPAN. ABC News and Facebook will also stream the debate live online.

 

How to watch the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Live

Us Weekly be live-blogging the debate. The official hashtags for the evening are #Debates and #Debates2016.

Watch live on DSTV: CNN (ch. 401) or Sky News (ch.402). DStv Explora subscribers who can’t stay awake for the presidential debate on 27 September at 2am, can set their PVRs to record and watch it anytime.

 

What time is the Hillary Clinton Vs Donald Trump Debate?

Each debate starts at 9pm local time and runs for 90 minutes without any advert breaks. This will be 2am Nigerian Time.

26th September Debate:  Hofstra University, Hampstead, New York

 

Other debate Times and Venues for Clinton Vs Donald Trump Debate 2016

9th October Debate: Washington University, St Louis, Missouri
19th October Debate: University of Las Vegas, Nevada
The two vice-presidential candidates, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, will also take part in one debate.
4 October Debate: Longwood University, FarmVille, Virgini

 

Both Clinton, 68, and Trump, 70, have made plenty of headlines throughout the past few months for their positions on various social and political issues.