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How to Watch the Third 2016 Presidential Debate: Live Stream [Video]

The nominees take the stage at 9 p.m. EST tonight.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Presidential Debate

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

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With less than three weeks until Election Day, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are set to take the stage for a final presidential debate tonight. Las Vegas will host the event, as it has many high-profile showdowns in years past, with the two nominees beginning their verbal bout at 9 p.m. EST. Here’s how to watch the whole thing live — even if you don’t have cable.

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YouTube and Facebook are once again your friend, especially the former. Most major networks will live stream the debate on YouTube, from PBS NewsHour (whose stream is embedded below) to NBC News and C-SPAN, among others. Several outlets will include these streams on their Facebook pages, including Telemundo’s Spanish-language coverage and ABC News.

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Twitter users will likewise be able to watch live at, a partnership between the microblogging service and Bloomberg Politics. Their joint coverage begins 30 minutes before Clinton and Trump take the stage and will include comments carrying the #debates hashtag.

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