CHARLESTON, W.Va. — All eyes are set on the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, to be held tonight, less than 30 days from the election.
The debate Sunday will be a town-hall style event, broadcast on all major networks at 9 p.m. from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. It will feature questions from a live audience and a team of moderators consisting of CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC News’s Martha Raddatz.
The second debate comes following release of a video of Trump making comments about women and a release of speeches and comments by Clinton. This debate also comes on the heels of the first and only vice presidential debate held Monday evening.