Presidential Debate 2015: TV Channel, Schedule & Details

Tonight is the second GOP presidential debate of 2015, with the main debate starting at 8 p.m. Eastern on CNN.
A “JV” debate featuring four second-tier candidates will take place at 6 p.m. Eastern and also air on CNN. You can watch a live stream of both debates for free via CNNGo. (Click here to access the stream.)
Trump, who has led the national polls throughout the summer, is likely to face an onslaught of attacks from the other 10 candidates in the main debate.
In the first debate, Rand Paul was really the candidate to tempt Trump, and it appears he has no plans to slow down. Jeb Bush has also stated that he is prepared to speak up as well. Since the first debate, Bush has dubbed Trump’s immigration plan as “unrealistic” and the two even got into a little altercation on Twitter.

So, tonight should be pretty damn entertaining. One, if not all of them, is bound to say something remarkably incoherent.

Tonight’s Presidential Debate 2015:

Date: TODAY Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Channel: CNN
‘JV’ Debate Time: 6 p.m. Eastern
‘Varsity’ Debate Time: 8 p.m. Eastern
Radio: Salem Radio
Location: Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California
Moderators: Jake Tapper, Dana Bush and Hugh Hewitt

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Second Republican Debate 2015 Live Stream: How To Watch Online
Second Republican Debate 2015 Live Stream: How To Watch Online
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