How To Watch The Second US Presidential Debate In Australia. US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will return to the debate stage today and the resulting clash is expected to be nothing short of titanic. With the Trump camp still reeling from a leaked 2005 video in which Trump openly discusses using his fame to grope women, it’s going to be an interesting debate to say the least. Stuck at work? Here’s how to watch the debate online and for free. The debate kicks off Monday, October 10 at 12PM AEDT (that’s 11AM in Queensland, 11.30am in South Australia and 9AM in WA.)
US anchors Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper will be moderating the debate, which is taking place at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. As you’d expect from such a historically important topic, the debate is being covered live by a multitude of news outlets, both in the US and Australia. Trump vs Clinton on free-to-air TV: You can watch the US presidential debate on Channel 7, Channel Nine, SBS or ABC. Your guide to the 2nd US presidential debate. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in St. Louis, Missouri, on Monday (AEDT) for a widely anticipated second debate that comes as extraordinary upheaval in the Republican Party has upended the presidential race just a month before the election.
Mr Trump's campaign reeled over the weekend after the Saturday release of a video recording that showed him speaking in vulgar and demeaning terms about women and boasting of how, because he was a celebrity, he could grope and kiss them whenever he wanted. Despite tepid apologies, the revelation has led to a parade of denouncements from dozens of Republican leaders, including his running mate, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana. Mr Trump continued to push back against calls from Republicans to quit the race, mocking them on Twitter and directing his loyalists to assail the party's leaders as politicians guided by self-interest. He also signalled that he was likely to make the behaviour of former President Bill Clinton an issue in the debate.
Hillary Clinton (HillaryClinton) Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) | Twitter. Lewd Donald Trump Tape Is a Breaking Point for Many in the G.O.P. Mr. Pence said in a statement that he was “offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump” in the video, and cast Mr. Trump’s second debate with Hillary Clinton, on Sunday, as an urgent moment to turn around the campaign. Video “I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them,” Mr. Pence said, adding, “We pray for his family and look forward to the opportunity he has to show what is in his heart when he goes before the nation tomorrow night.”
By Saturday evening, no fewer than 36 Republican members of Congress and governors who had not previously ruled out supporting Mr. The growing wall of opposition recalled the determination of the party establishment this year to deny Mr. Aides described Mr. Refusing to Drop Out In a brief telephone interview on Saturday, he shrugged off the calls to leave, saying he would “never drop out of this race in a million years.” “I haven’t heard from anyone saying I should drop out, and that would never happen, never happen,” Mr. OPEN Graphic. 'I choose to stand tall': Arianne Zucker breaks silence on Trump tapes.
Watch the second US presidential debate LIVE on SBS at 12pm (AEDT) or live streamed here. Arianne Zucker, the actress who was apparently the subject of Donald Trump's lewd comments, has broken her silence, saying she "stands tall" and denouncing the presidential candidate's behaviour. "I have grown to learn that the words of others cannot effect the value of my self worth or define the content of my character," the Days of Our Lives wrote on Twitter. "How we treat one another, whether behind closed doors, locker rooms or face to face, should be done with kindness, dignity and respect. "Unfortunately, there are too many people in power who abuse their position and disregard these simple principles and are rewarded for it. "In understanding the magnitude of this situation, I choose to stand tall with self respect and use my voice to enrich, inspire and elevate the best of who we are as people.
" Zucker was thrust into the international spotlight when the comments were leaked on Friday. Trump holds press conference with Bill Clinton accusers ahead of debate. Watch the second US presidential debate LIVE on SBS at 12pm (AEDT) or live streamed here. Just in: Donald Trump has held a press conference with Bill Clinton accusers ahead of the debate. Four women attended the press conference, streamed live on Facebook, as Trump tries to stamp out the controversy around a leaked tape in which he made lewd remarks about forcing himself on women.
"These four very courageous women have asked to be here," Trump said. One of the woman, Juanita Broaddrick, claimed that former US President Bill Clinton raped her. "Mr Trump may have said some bad words but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me," she said at the press conference. "I don't think there's any comparison. " Trump had threatened to talk about Bill Clinton's past infidelities during the debate and has stepped up the attacks against the former president since a 2005 video emerged of the Republican candidate making vulgar comments about women. "What is it at 35? Debate with a twist. US election: Key moments from second debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - US election 2016. By Katie Cassidy Updated Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek. Video: Trump and Clinton face off in second debate (ABC News) Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton covered some old ground in their second presidential debate, but there were also plenty of new issues.
There was no handshake at the start, but the two presidential candidates did manage to do so at the end. The debate touched on the so-called Trump tapes, how they would govern for all Americans and the one thing they respect in their opponent. Here are the key moments from the showdown: Trump was asked about lewd comments, he talked about IS The first question was somewhat overshadowed by the follow-up from moderator Anderson Cooper — he asked about the vulgar comments Mr Trump made about women 11 years ago.
Video: Trump holds press conference before second debate (ABC News) "This is locker room talk. Clinton said the 2005 remarks proved Trump was not fit to lead "So much of what he has said is not right. Trump defiant ahead of US election debate. By Richard Cowan and Steve HollandAssociated Press US Republican Donald Trump remains defiant in the face of calls for him to abandon the US presidential race, while attacking prominent Republicans and saying he has "tremendous support" despite a storm over his vulgar comments about women.
Hours out from his debate with Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and a month away from the November 8 election, Trump has taken to social media to try to squash speculation he could leave the race. "Tremendous support (except for some Republican leadership"). Thank you," Trump wrote on Twitter. "So many self-righteous hypocrites. Watch their poll numbers - and elections - go down! " Trump tweeted, apparently referring to Republican lawmakers seeking re-election who have withdrawn their support for him over a 2005 video that emerged on Friday. Trump, then a reality TV star, is heard on the video talking on an open microphone about groping women and trying to seduce a married woman. US election: TV audience falls sharply for second US presidential debate - US election 2016. Updated The television audience for the second debate between White House contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton fell sharply from their first record-breaking encounter, despite the drama caused by a 2005 video of Trump boasting about groping women.
Nielsen data estimated that some 66.5 million Americans tuned in to the bitter 90-minute debate on Sunday across a number of networks, well below the record 84 million who watched the first face-off two weeks ago. Final figures will be released later on Monday, but will not include millions more people who watched the debate online, through social media or in bars and restaurants. The previous record of 80.6 million had been set for the only debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980. In 2012, an estimated 65.6 million people watched the second debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, after 67.2 million saw their first debate. Reuters/AP Topics: us-elections, world-politics, united-states. 'Trump failed to show the empathy needed to win the debate' Donald Trump should have expressed more remorse if he hoped to win the second presidential debate on Sunday evening after a tape surfaced online on Friday that captured him making predatory comments about women eleven years ago, said US policy expert Dr Sarah Graham.
“He needed to seem contrite, he needed to connect with the questioners in the Town Hall format and show a bit of empathy,” Dr Graham from the United States Studies Centre told SBS. “Instead he kind of came out with this really robust set of attacks on Hillary Clinton, on her temperament, on her integrity, on her honesty, on her record as a lawmaker and her record of representing the American people.” That, Dr Graham said, put him on the back foot in the debate against Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The behaviour of the candidates in the first debate was immediately called into question and both candidates sought to blame the other for the acrimony. "I want us to heal our country and bring it together. Trump versus Clinton: expert delivers verdict on second presidential debate winner. Melbourne University School of Social and Political Sciences academic Dr Raymond Orr has spoken to SBS about the major talking points from the second US presidential debate from St Louis, Missouri.
He also outlined what we could see at the third, and final, debate on October 19. Who won the second presidential debate? "Donald Trump fared better than he did in the first debate, but not accounting for different expectations, Hillary Clinton won," Dr Orr said. "It was a better performance by Trump than the last debate, where he looked tired and couldn’t go well beyond 30 minutes and still make sense.
" Did we see anything new in this debate that we hadn't seen previously in the US presidential race? "Some people would have been exposed to Hillary Clinton’s accomplishment as a senator and the secretary-of-state. "For Trump, nothing major came out. What could we possibly see in the next debate that we haven’t seen already? “I’ve only read about it, not seen it in the past 25 years. The internet's best reactions to the second US presidential debate. 'The human version of a hug': US debate attendee Ken Bone becomes internet sensation.
Ken Bone's task was simple - ask one question about energy policy during the second US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday. Whether it was his verbal delivery, bright red cardigan, or the moustache, Bone became an overnight sensation on social media, with several superlatives thrown his way. A Facebook fan page has already attracted more than 6,000 followers, while a petition is calling on him to be given his own star on the St Louis Walk of Fame.
Bone discussed his new found fame with CNN the day after the debate. "I went from, last night, having seven Twitter followers, two of which were my grandmother ... to now, I have several hundred," he said. "And I don't know why they care what I have to say, but I'm glad they're engaged in the political process. "I'm really glad that so much attention has come my way, if for no other reason than I can get the message out that your voice can be heard, and please get out and vote in November.
Trump claims Clinton on drugs at debate. Donald Trump's latest unsubstantiated salvo against rival Hillary Clinton charges she might have been on drugs during their last debate. He has challenged her to join him in undergoing a pre-debate drug test ahead of their third and final clash. The unfounded claim that the Democratic nominee needed pharmaceutical help took some attention away from whether voters would believe the women who claim that Trump sexually assaulted them or instead accept the Republican's flat denials. Also overshadowed by Trump's accusation was the release on Saturday of yet more emails hacked from accounts of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
The latest batch showed the campaign worrying whether Senator Elizabeth Warren might endorse Bernie Sanders and wrestling with how to respond to revelations about her private email use. Another subject: lining up materials to respond to fresh accusations from Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her decades ago.