The two U.S. presidential candidates, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, will face off in their second debate Sunday night.
CCTV’s White House correspondent Jessica Stone tells us what to expect.
Top Republicans withdraw support for Trump after tape scandalMore than 30 Republican lawmakers say they can't support Donald Trump in the race for the White House. This is after Friday's release of a 2005 video of Trump in which he claims he can sexually force himself on women , without any consequences, because he's famous.
More than 30 Republican lawmakers say they can’t support Donald Trump in the race for the White House. This is after Friday’s release of a 2005 video of Trump in which he claims he can sexually force himself on women , without any consequences, because he’s famous.
Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence, has also condemned his remarks, but Trump says he isn’t dropping out.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, is attacking Trump for his treatment of women.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll found that undecided U.S. voters are mostly women.
Trump’s backers want to change the conversation to the recent Wikileaks release of campaign emails, which appear to show Clinton supporting free trade, and cozying up to Wall Street. Both, positions she has now reversed as the democratic presidential candidate.
They’re still attacking her, too, on her role with the Clinton Foundation during her time as U.S. Secretary of State. The Clinton campaign has not verified that the emails on Wikileaks’ website are in fact hers.
We do know that the debate moderators will ask the first questions to Hillary Clinton and that she will get to address the Trump tape.
Most of the questions are going to come from the audience, not the moderators.