Clinton vs Trump live stream free: How to watch first presidential debate on iPhone and other gadgets?

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will have a face off for the first time in the presidential debate which will start at 9:00 PM ET. Live streaming is available on many media outlets.

The year long presidential campaigns are ending soon and the most interesting presidential debate is on the way. Monday, 26 September 2016 will mark the first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump. The show will square off at 9pm Eastern at Hofstra University, New York.

The show is scheduled for 90-minutes, which will be aired live on all major news and entertainment channels including C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. Presidential Debate between Clinton-Trump is expected to be most widely watched presidential debates covering three main topics –
America’s Direction
Achieving Prosperity
Securing America

The first presidential debate moderated by Lester Holt from NBC will divide 6 segments into 15-minutes each, where each segment starts with a question and 2 minutes is the response time given to candidates.
According to Jennifer Victor from University’s Schar School of Policy and Government – “

“Clinton will “be polished, prepared and knowledgeable. She can’t compete on his [Trump’s] level for attention, so I expect her to look like the grownup in the room”

One-Liners from both Candidates – One-liners does a great work sometimes in avoiding critical situation in debates and also giving clear message to the audience.

Expect some great one-liners coming from Trump to damage Clinton and gain attention. He can also be more polished and firm than seen in the campaign. Clinton on other hand is expected to be more explainable in each section.

Although first debate is important, it’s not everything that will make a difference. Remember, the debate between Romney and Barack, where Romney clearly won the debate but failed to win.
There will be 3 more debates followed by the first one, VP debates between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence on 4th October, second debate between Clinton and Trump on 9th October and final debate between the two in Las Vegas on 19th October, which is 20 days before the election date!

Clinton vs Trump debate will be broadcast live on all the major networks and leading cable sites, including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, CNBC, Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, and PBS NewsHour, Telemundo, and Univision. Moreover, the presidential debate live streaming is available on Youtube and Twitter.

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