The third and final presidential debate takes place on Wednesday, October 19th at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Chris Wallace, the Emmy-winning anchor of Fox News Sunday, will be at the moderator's table asking the questions of Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as they face off in what is expected to be a tense 90 minutes.
Known for being a forceful interviewer, Wallace will be tasked with keeping the debate from veering off course. He's also solely responsible for selection questions for the candidates, which will cover six distinct areas of discussion: entitlements and debt, immigration, the Supreme Court, the economy, foreign policy and the fitness of each candidate for the highest elected office in the United States.
The debate is Trump's last chance to connect with potential voters after a dismal October as the country heads into the final weeks before Election Day, November 8th. Allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against Trump surfaced before the second debate on October 9th, and since then, many more women have come out with accusations against the politician. He's also lashed out against House Speaker Paul Ryan and called the election "rigged." New polls show Trump with an extremely narrow path to victory.
The debate starts 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. Twitter will live stream the Bloomberg Media broadcast, and Facebook Live will carry ABC's live stream as well as various news networks' live broadcasts. YouTube will also have live streams from many organizations, including PBS, The New York Times, the Washington Post and Telemundo.
Find out what to expect during the final presidential debate.