Trump and Clinton face off for round two

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will be just feet away from each other during the second presidential debate Sunday.The podiums will be removed and replaced with two stools in which the candidates will be sitting on during the town hall meeting format.ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate the debate at Washington University in St.

Louis, Missouri. The debate comes just days after Trump’s decade old conversation with former “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush was leaked. During the conversation, the businessman turned politician can be heard talking about his failed sexual advances with women. The “Nancy” Trump references is confirmed to be Nancy O’Dell from “Entertainment Tonight.” O’Dell responded to the lewd comments saying she is sad and disappointed by Trump’s comments.

Republicans withdraw support from Trump

A list of notable Republicans including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and Arizona Sen. John McCain who have endorsed Trump have reversed their decisions amid the leaked tape controversy.Clinton tweeted the conversation was horrific.

On Friday, whistle-blowing site, Wikileaks, poured hundreds of hacked emails from Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, for the world to see.

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The emails included excerpts from Clinton’s closed-door paid speeches. Some of the speeches were made to financial firms. Clinton’s participation in those speeches was criticized during the Democratic primary. In the emails, Clinton is quoted saying “I’m kind of far removed,” separating herself from the middle class.

The second debate will have no shortage of material to debate about. American voters will also have the opportunity to ask the presidential hopefuls questions.

Where to watch Trump and Clinton debate

The debate will be shown on most major cable networks including ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, Fox News, and PBS. NBC will not show the debate. The network will be airing Sunday Night Football as the New York Giants visit the Green Bay Packers. NBC along with all the other major networks will live-stream the debate. YouTube, Facebook and Twitter will also stream the two candidates going head-to- head, along with future 2016 Presidential Debates.

The debate starts at 9 p.m. ET.

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