Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump to Share Stage for NBC Show

Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump to Share the Stage for NBC Show
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump to Share the Stage for NBC Show

As the dogfight is getting fiercer between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump before the November election, both will appear on stage back-to-back to take questions on national security, military affairs, and veterans.

The “TODAY” co-anchor Matt Lauer will moderate the first-ever Commander-in-Chief Forum on Wednesday, September 7.

The one-hour forum, presented by NBC News and MSNBC with the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, will be relayed live from the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City.

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Both the presidential candidates will take questions from NBC News and an audience mainly comprising military veterans and active service members.

It was stated that the event will air live on MSNBC at 8 p.m. ET and will be simulcast live on NBC in most markets.

Meanwhile, in an ongoing poll on RMN News Service, when people were asked “Who should be the next President of America?”, a whopping 44% voters said they do not want Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House. Only 31% voted for Clinton and 25% for Trump. You can also vote in the “Your Voice” section of the site.

Poll result as on September 3, 2016
Poll result as on September 3, 2016

The U.S. presidential election is scheduled to take place Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

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