Here's How to Catch Tonight's US Presidential Debate

Tonight, the Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump and the Democratic nominee for President, Hilary Clinton will take part in their first of three debates, prior to the November election. This is one of the most important debates between presidential candidates in recent memory, and everyone is going to want to tune in. Many are saying this could be the most watched presidential debate ever. Twitter is already live streaming the debate (as well as the other two debates and the vice presidential debate) thanks to its partnership with Bloomberg. But there are other ways to watch the debate tonight, whether that be on mobile, through your TV or your laptop.

The big news networks, ABC, CBS and NBC will be broadcasting the debate. However if you are a cord cutter, you'll still be able to watch their coverage of the debate through their apps. All of which are available on the Google Play Store. The best part is that these apps do not need a cable or satellite provider login. Allowing anyone in the US to watch the debate through their apps. These apps work on Android, but are also compatible with Chromecast, so you can Cast it to the big screen for a better experience.

If you'd rather watch the debate through your laptop or PC, you can do so by visiting ABC, CBS, NBC or Reuters website. They will all be live streaming the debate from their website. Of course, you could just open up Twitter and watch it from there, as we've already mentioned. Twitter will be streaming it through their official apps as well as their website - similar to them streaming the Thursday Night Football games. There will also likely be YouTube live streams from a number of news sources like Bloomberg, NBC News and others.

There's just a few weeks left for Trump and Clinton to help voters make up their mind as to who to vote for. As the election is happening on November 8th, about 5 weeks from now. This is definitely one of the more interesting elections in recent memory, and also one of the closest - according to unofficial polls. Making it more important than ever for you to get out and vote on November 8th.

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