Here’s How You Can Stream the Presidential Debate Tonight for Absolutely no Charge


The second presidential debate between the two candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is going to happen tonight at 9pm ET, 6pm PT. You can rest assure that this is going to be another fiery discussion and if you want to be a part of the action tonight, and that too without paying a single dime for it, here’s how you can be a part of the presidential debate. Let us get started.

Here Are the Ways You Can View the Presidential Debate for Free

Keep in mind that there are more than a few ways on how you can start viewing the presidential debate so choose the route that is easiest for you.


One of the easiest and convenient ways to live streaming the presidential debate on your computer or smartphone is using YouTube. NBC News will be livestreaming the debate on its official YouTube channel. Additionally, PBS Newshour will also have a livestream on YouTube, so make sure that you don’t miss any part of the debate. Furthermore, you can click on the video below to immediately start live streaming.


Twitter and Bloomberg TV have partnered up to provide you with the coverage of the second debate at debates.twitter.com so you can always choose the microblogging social network to provide you with all the necessary updates.


There obviously cannot be a livestream without social networking giant Facebook not being a part of it, and the company has partnered with ABC News for a livestream of the presidential debate. Alternatively, you can also tune into PBS Newshour as they will also be providing you guys with a Facebook livestream session.

Major Websites Providing the Livestream

Given below is a list of websites that will have livestreams on their homepages, so if you’re not accustomed to using YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook you can always visit the following websites:

Wrap up

These are some of the easiest ways in which you can immediately be a part of the presidential debate. As a reminder, the debate is going to start tonight at 9pm ET, 6pm PT so make sure that you don’t miss any core details of the fiery debate.