Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump debate during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, Oct. 9, 2016. Tasos Katopodis/AFP/Getty Images

The third and final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton takes place in Las Vegas on Wednesday night.

With the U.S. presidential elections just 20 days away, Clinton is leading Trump 46-40 percent, according to NBC News. The final debate might determine the next U.S. president as previous debates have affected poll numbers.

The debate takes place 9 p.m. EDT at the Thomas and Mack Center Stage, Las Vegas. Both candidates will debate 6 topics for 15 minutes, including 2 minutes to argue their points and 2 minutes to respond to each other.

If you don’t have access to a cable, here’s how you can stream the debate online:


You can stream the debate on Twitter using Bloomberg Politics’ Stream and also use the hashtag #debate to follow tweets about the debate.


Facebook is collaborating with ABC News to livestream the debate to its viewers.

PBS Newshour will also feature a Facebook livestream of the debate followed by 30 minutes of analysis.

Telemundo will run a Facebook livestream in Spanish


You can tune in to various YouTube channels to watch the debate including:

NBC News

CBS News


Washington Post

New York Times



Fox News


Virtual Reality

You can catch the debate in VR. Altaspace VR will stream the debate in virtual reality, allowing global audiences to experience the debate.


Many news networks will be streaming the debate on their mobile apps. These include:

CBS News: Streaming on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV and Roku

ABC News: Streaming on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows and Roku

NBC News: Streaming on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows and Roku

Reuters: Streaming on Android and iOS


NPR will cover the debate over local radio affiliates. You can also listen to it on, Facebook and NPR One apps.

Streaming cable on mobile devices

If you have a cable connection, but would prefer to watch the debate over a mobile device, you can do so using apps. It will still need you to have a cable subscription to login.

You can watch the debate on CNN GO on iOS, Android, Windows 10 devices, Kindle Fire devices, Apple TV and Windows Phone.

Fox News will also stream the debate on iOS, Android, Windows 10 devices, Apple TV and Roku.