JACKSON, Miss. – The two presidential hopefuls will face off tonight at 8 p.m. central time for one of the most anticipated presidential debates in history.
Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, and Hillary Clinton, representing the Democratic party, will meet for the first debate at Hofstra University which is located just outside of New York City.
This year, predictions are out on viewership and television personalities have estimated the crowd will be of SuperBowl proportions, around 100 million people.
The debate will air on NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, Univision, C-SPAN, and CNN for traditional TV watchers.
Loging on through Youtube, CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox News, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Telemundo will offer streaming options, according to YouTubes official blog site.
“I think you’re going to see the Donald Trump that is measured, the Donald Trump that realizes he has a strong message now,”Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant said about Monday’s debate.
Bryant and other Mississippi lawmakers have been strong supporters of the Republican nominee in the past months.
“I told him when we were together at Trump Tower, you know, she’s going to try to rattle you, she’s going to try and get under your skin,” Bryant said.
If you plan to follow the debate on Twitter, you can follow the hashtags: #Debates and #debates2016.