‘Melania Trump’ Returns to Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ to Clear Up Some of That ABC News Interview (Video)

Laura Benanti returned to “The Late Show” Tuesday night as Melania Trump, granting Stephen Colbert the “first exclusive interview since her first exclusive interview,” as he put it.

The (fake) first lady used the national CBS platform to clear up some things from her recent ABC News sitdown — like when Melania told Tom Llamas that Donald Trump’s alleged extramarital affairs are “not a concern and focus” of hers.

“I do not focus on who he focuses,” this “Melania” said, playing the Slovak accent extra thick and sneaking one by the FCC censors. “Maybe he should go focus himself.”

You get it.

Also Read: Melania Trump Shrugs Off Husband’s Alleged Affairs: ‘I Have Much More Important Things to Think About’ (Video)

“From the bottom of my heart, I can honestly tell you we are as happy as the day we were wed,” Benanti’s Melania said about the real one’s non-convincing “We are fine” marriage summation, before screaming into what probably should have been a pillow.

She also explained that whole “most bullied person in the world” thing, which didn’t go over so hot with a bunch of her critics.

“I have been called the worst names imaginable: ‘cold,’ ‘heartless,’ ‘Eric’s stepmother,’” the Broadway star said in character.

Yes, the rule of three still works in comedy. Watch the video above.

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Laura Benanti returned to “The Late Show” Tuesday night as Melania Trump, granting Stephen Colbert the “first exclusive interview since her first exclusive interview,” as he put it.

The (fake) first lady used the national CBS platform to clear up some things from her recent ABC News sitdown — like when Melania told Tom Llamas that Donald Trump’s alleged extramarital affairs are “not a concern and focus” of hers.

“I do not focus on who he focuses,” this “Melania” said, playing the Slovak accent extra thick and sneaking one by the FCC censors. “Maybe he should go focus himself.”

You get it.

“From the bottom of my heart, I can honestly tell you we are as happy as the day we were wed,” Benanti’s Melania said about the real one’s non-convincing “We are fine” marriage summation, before screaming into what probably should have been a pillow.

She also explained that whole “most bullied person in the world” thing, which didn’t go over so hot with a bunch of her critics.

“I have been called the worst names imaginable: ‘cold,’ ‘heartless,’ ‘Eric’s stepmother,'” the Broadway star said in character.

Yes, the rule of three still works in comedy. Watch the video above.

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Melania Trump Shrugs Off Husband’s Alleged Affairs: ‘I Have Much More Important Things to Think About’ (Video)

In the latest clip released from their ABC News sitdown interview, Melania Trump tells Tom Llamas that her husband’s alleged extramarital affairs are “not a concern and focus” of hers.

“I’m a mother and a first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do,” she says. “I know people like to speculate and [the] media likes to speculate about our marriage.”

Trump did admit that some of what she called the “media speculation” about Stormy Daniels and others has hurt her: “It’s not always pleasant,” she says.

Also Read: Melania Trump on Cyberbullying: ‘I’m the Most Bullied Person in the World’ (Video)

Later, ABC’s chief national affairs correspondent pressed Melania on if she loves her husband.

“Yes, we are fine,” she tells Llamas. “Yes.”

Watch the video above.

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ABC News has been releasing snippets from the interview in drips and drabs. Click here for a drip, and here for a drab.

Readers can catch ABC News special “Being Melania — The First Lady” in its entirety tonight at 10/9c on ABC.

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In the latest clip released from their ABC News sitdown interview, Melania Trump tells Tom Llamas that her husband’s alleged extramarital affairs are “not a concern and focus” of hers.

“I’m a mother and a first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do,” she says. “I know people like to speculate and [the] media likes to speculate about our marriage.”

Trump did admit that some of what she called the “media speculation” about Stormy Daniels and others has hurt her: “It’s not always pleasant,” she says.

Later, ABC’s chief national affairs correspondent pressed Melania on if she loves her husband.

“Yes, we are fine,” she tells Llamas. “Yes.”

Watch the video above.

ABC News has been releasing snippets from the interview in drips and drabs. Click here for a drip, and here for a drab.

Readers can catch ABC News special “Being Melania — The First Lady” in its entirety tonight at 10/9c on ABC.

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Melania Trump Scolds ABC News: “More Important Things” On Her Mind Than Husband’s Sex Life

Today in Being Melania promotion, ABC News’s Tom Llamas again marveled that the First Lady agreed to do this interview with ABC News without stipulations, which he gushed, is “to your credit.”
He then noted she’s not the first F…

Today in Being Melania promotion, ABC News’s Tom Llamas again marveled that the First Lady agreed to do this interview with ABC News without stipulations, which he gushed, is “to your credit.” He then noted she’s not the first First Lady to take questions about her husband’s infidelity. “It’s not a  concern and focus of mine,” she responded calmly. “I'm a mother and a First Lady and I have much more important things to think about and to do. I know,” she adds, pointedly.…

Melania Trump: “The Most Bullied Person In The World”

“I could say that I’m the most bullied person in the world,” First Lady Melania Trump tells ABC News, which doled out more clips in advance of Friday’s broadcast of its full interview with her.
She made the bullying claim when ABC News Chief Nati…

"I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world," First Lady Melania Trump tells ABC News, which doled out more clips in advance of Friday’s broadcast of its full interview with her. She made the bullying claim when ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas wondered why she picked cyber bullying as her pet cause, with her Be Best campaign, her husband being, according to friend and foe, Cyber Bully in Chief. Pressed about her claim of being most…

Melania Trump on Cyberbullying: ‘I’m the Most Bullied Person in the World’ (Video)

Melania Trump says it’s harder than you think being First Lady and offered that the role has opened her up for a torrent of abuse online.

“I could say that I’m the most bullied person in the world,” said Trump during an interview in Kenya with ABC reporter Tom Llamas. “One of them — if you really see what people are saying about me.”

Since taking office, Melania Trump has launched a campaign against cyberbullying called “Be Best.” Critics have mocked the program given her husband’s famously rough behavior toward critics on social media.

Also Read: Melania Trump Questions #MeToo Women: ‘Sometimes the Media Goes Too Far’ (Video)

The Slovenian model turned First Lady has often assumed a sphinx-like presence in the White House and her interview with Llamas, which will air in full Friday, suggest she will offer some of her most expansive comments to date.

In an earlier teaser released by ABC, the First Lady opened up about the MeToo movement, saying that while she supported women, there needed to be “hard evidence” before allegations of sexual misconduct should be taken seriously.

“Sometimes the media goes too far, the way they portray some stories. It’s not correct. It’s not right,” she said. “I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence. You cannot just say to somebody, ‘I was sexually assaulted’ or ‘You did that to me.’”

While her husband remained in Washington D.C., Melania Trump embarked on her first solo trip abroad as First Lady, touring a number of African nations.

While overseas, Trump faced withering criticism of her clothing choices — including from many people in the media, who once decried such behavior of prominent women.

“I know she said that she doesn’t like the fact that people talk about her clothes, but it was like a costume drama,” scoffed NBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Monday “It looked like ‘Death on the Nile,” she added, referencing the 1978 Agatha Christie film starring Mia Farrow and Peter Ustinov.

Melania Trump has also made news a pith helmet she wore, as well as jackets and for once planting a tree in pair of ferocious stiletto heels.  

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Melania Trump says it’s harder than you think being First Lady and offered that the role has opened her up for a torrent of abuse online.

“I could say that I’m the most bullied person in the world,” said Trump during an interview in Kenya with ABC reporter Tom Llamas. “One of them — if you really see what people are saying about me.”

Since taking office, Melania Trump has launched a campaign against cyberbullying called “Be Best.” Critics have mocked the program given her husband’s famously rough behavior toward critics on social media.

The Slovenian model turned First Lady has often assumed a sphinx-like presence in the White House and her interview with Llamas, which will air in full Friday, suggest she will offer some of her most expansive comments to date.

In an earlier teaser released by ABC, the First Lady opened up about the MeToo movement, saying that while she supported women, there needed to be “hard evidence” before allegations of sexual misconduct should be taken seriously.

“Sometimes the media goes too far, the way they portray some stories. It’s not correct. It’s not right,” she said. “I do stand with women, but we need to show the evidence. You cannot just say to somebody, ‘I was sexually assaulted’ or ‘You did that to me.'”

While her husband remained in Washington D.C., Melania Trump embarked on her first solo trip abroad as First Lady, touring a number of African nations.

While overseas, Trump faced withering criticism of her clothing choices — including from many people in the media, who once decried such behavior of prominent women.

“I know she said that she doesn’t like the fact that people talk about her clothes, but it was like a costume drama,” scoffed NBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Monday “It looked like ‘Death on the Nile,” she added, referencing the 1978 Agatha Christie film starring Mia Farrow and Peter Ustinov.

Melania Trump has also made news a pith helmet she wore, as well as jackets and for once planting a tree in pair of ferocious stiletto heels.  

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Melania Trump: #MeToo Accusers Must Show “Hard Evidence” To Be Believed

First Lady Melania Trump says she stands in support of the women of the #MeToo movement. But, she tells ABC News in an interview to be broadcast Friday, the women must produce “hard evidence” of the alleged assault/rape/sexual misconduct.
I…

First Lady Melania Trump says she stands in support of the women of the #MeToo movement. But, she tells ABC News in an interview to be broadcast Friday, the women must produce “hard evidence” of the alleged assault/rape/sexual misconduct. In a clip released this morning, ABC News’ Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas was not shown asking the First Lady to specify what she mean by “hard evidence.” Melania Trump, who sat down with Llamas in Kenya as she toured…

Melania Trump to Give First Sit-Down Interview as First Lady on ’20/20’

Melania Trump will give her first sit-down interview as First Lady to Tom Llamas on ABC’s “20/20”, the network announced Thursday.

The interview will air as part of “Being Melania – The First Lady,” a special edition of the news show that will air Friday, Oct. 12 at 10 p.m. ET. Llamas, ABC News’ “World News Tonight” weekend anchor and chief national affairs correspondent, went with Trump during her recent solo trip to Africa.

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Prior to broadcast, excerpts from the interview will be shown on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline,” ABC News Live, ABCNews.com, ABC News Radio, and ABC NewsOne. In addition, excerpts will be streamed via “On Location” on Facebook Watch and ABC News’ mobile, OTT apps and social platforms.

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Melania Trump will give her first sit-down interview as First Lady to Tom Llamas on ABC’s “20/20”, the network announced Thursday.

The interview will air as part of “Being Melania – The First Lady,” a special edition of the news show that will air Friday, Oct. 12 at 10 p.m. ET. Llamas, ABC News’ “World News Tonight” weekend anchor and chief national affairs correspondent, went with Trump during her recent solo trip to Africa.

Prior to broadcast, excerpts from the interview will be shown on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline,” ABC News Live, ABCNews.com, ABC News Radio, and ABC NewsOne. In addition, excerpts will be streamed via “On Location” on Facebook Watch and ABC News’ mobile, OTT apps and social platforms.

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ABC News Snares Interview With First Lady Melania Trump

First LadyMelania Trump will give an exclusive sit-down interview to Tom Llamas, the weekend anchor of ABC News’ “World News Tonight” and the news unit’ chief national affairs correspondent. Llamas traveled with Mrs. Trump to Af…

First LadyMelania Trump will give an exclusive sit-down interview to Tom Llamas, the weekend anchor of ABC News’ “World News Tonight” and the news unit’ chief national affairs correspondent. Llamas traveled with Mrs. Trump to Africa, where she is taking  her first solo foreign trip ever as First Lady. The interview will be part of a special edition […]

Melania Trump Gives Interview To ABC ‘World News Tonight’ Weekend Anchor Tom Llamas

First Lady Melania Trump is doing a sit-down interview with ABC’s World News Tonight’s weekend anchor and Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas.
Llamas traveled with the First Lady to Africa, which marked her first solo foreign tr…

First Lady Melania Trump is doing a sit-down interview with ABC’s World News Tonight’s weekend anchor and Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas. Llamas traveled with the First Lady to Africa, which marked her first solo foreign trip since her husband was elected. Being Melania – The First Lady will air as a special edition of ABC’S 20/20 on Friday, October 12. ABC News is touting it as her first sit-down as First Lady, though CNN claims that distinction for Kate…

ABC’s ’20/20’ Explores Both Sides of Charlottesville Tragedy, From Antifa to Far Right

ABC’s “Fractured America: Extremism in the Streets” airs tonight, and the topic is more relevant than ever — coming on the heels of violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia at a rally for white supremacists last weekend. Luckily for “20/20,” ABC News started the report six months ago.

“20/20” correspondent Tom Llamas spoke with Richard Spencer and Matthew Heimbach, leaders of two far right movements, and cameras followed them through several intense rallies and events that occurred in Charlottesville. One person died when an accused white supremacist plowed into a group of counter protestors and dozens were injured. And President Trump made global headlines when he said multiple times that “both sides” were responsible for the chaos in Charlottesville.

The special report also features organizations on the far left, including the Anarchism and Antifa groups that have made it their mission to stop hate speech, which they consider to be a form of violence, by protesting and, in some cases, disrupting public events, speeches and rallies that white nationalists organize.

Also Read: Mitt Romney Slams Trump Over Charlottesville: ‘He Should Apologize’

TheWrap caught up with Llamas before the special for his thoughts on the situation:

TheWrap: What do you better understand about these groups now that you’ve been embedded with them for so long?

Llamas: I have a much better understanding of what drives them. The far right are white nationalists that want to carve out a piece of the United States where only whites can live. Since the 2016 campaign, extremist groups, including far-right nationalist groups have been emboldened to act more openly, better organize and commit acts of bigotry and hate. The Antifa are anti-fascists who want to stop the far right and disrupt their rallies. Antifa leaders tell us property damage and violence can be justified when taking on white supremacists. They also believe white supremacists don’t have the right to freedom of speech, especially on college campuses. Many in Antifa see hate speech as a form of violence that can be met with violence.

Did you ever imagine these opposing sides would faceoff in Charlottesville?

Leaders on both sides told us they had never seen tension this high in recent history. And before Charlottesville, many told us the clashes were getting out of control, more heated, with each side blaming the other. In our reporting we also learned that many on the far right, the white nationalists, come heavily armed with guns to demonstrations that happen in open carry states. But there are also members of Antifa who show up armed with clubs. It’s important to point out that counter-protestors at last weekend’s rally were not all Antifa. There were church groups, Black Lives Matter, local citizens and more there.

Do you think the media coverage of Charlottesville was fair?

I know here at ABC News we had teams of reporters, producers, and crews working that story from start to finish. We also put so much of this in context for our viewers. Questions like: What is the far right? Who is Antifa And the debate concerning the monuments have all been covered in-depth by our team.  This “20/20” hour will give viewers one of the most thorough representations of both extreme sides. We take you into some of the far right’s secret gatherings; we speak at length with far right leaders like Richard Spencer and Matt Heimbach, and also leaders in the Antifa movement like Daryle Lamont Jenkins and Lacy MacAuley. Also, our “20/20” report brings together leaders from both sides to see if they can talk about their differences. This is something viewers have definitely not seen yet.

“Fractured America: Extremism in the Streets” airs on “20/20” Friday, August 18 at 10 p.m. ET

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ABC’s “Fractured America: Extremism in the Streets” airs tonight, and the topic is more relevant than ever — coming on the heels of violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia at a rally for white supremacists last weekend. Luckily for “20/20,” ABC News started the report six months ago.

“20/20” correspondent Tom Llamas spoke with Richard Spencer and Matthew Heimbach, leaders of two far right movements, and cameras followed them through several intense rallies and events that occurred in Charlottesville. One person died when an accused white supremacist plowed into a group of counter protestors and dozens were injured. And President Trump made global headlines when he said multiple times that “both sides” were responsible for the chaos in Charlottesville.

The special report also features organizations on the far left, including the Anarchism and Antifa groups that have made it their mission to stop hate speech, which they consider to be a form of violence, by protesting and, in some cases, disrupting public events, speeches and rallies that white nationalists organize.

TheWrap caught up with Llamas before the special for his thoughts on the situation:

TheWrap: What do you better understand about these groups now that you’ve been embedded with them for so long?

Llamas: I have a much better understanding of what drives them. The far right are white nationalists that want to carve out a piece of the United States where only whites can live. Since the 2016 campaign, extremist groups, including far-right nationalist groups have been emboldened to act more openly, better organize and commit acts of bigotry and hate. The Antifa are anti-fascists who want to stop the far right and disrupt their rallies. Antifa leaders tell us property damage and violence can be justified when taking on white supremacists. They also believe white supremacists don’t have the right to freedom of speech, especially on college campuses. Many in Antifa see hate speech as a form of violence that can be met with violence.

Did you ever imagine these opposing sides would faceoff in Charlottesville?

Leaders on both sides told us they had never seen tension this high in recent history. And before Charlottesville, many told us the clashes were getting out of control, more heated, with each side blaming the other. In our reporting we also learned that many on the far right, the white nationalists, come heavily armed with guns to demonstrations that happen in open carry states. But there are also members of Antifa who show up armed with clubs. It’s important to point out that counter-protestors at last weekend’s rally were not all Antifa. There were church groups, Black Lives Matter, local citizens and more there.

Do you think the media coverage of Charlottesville was fair?

I know here at ABC News we had teams of reporters, producers, and crews working that story from start to finish. We also put so much of this in context for our viewers. Questions like: What is the far right? Who is Antifa And the debate concerning the monuments have all been covered in-depth by our team.  This “20/20” hour will give viewers one of the most thorough representations of both extreme sides. We take you into some of the far right’s secret gatherings; we speak at length with far right leaders like Richard Spencer and Matt Heimbach, and also leaders in the Antifa movement like Daryle Lamont Jenkins and Lacy MacAuley. Also, our “20/20” report brings together leaders from both sides to see if they can talk about their differences. This is something viewers have definitely not seen yet.

“Fractured America: Extremism in the Streets” airs on “20/20” Friday, August 18 at 10 p.m. ET

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How To Watch ABC News’ Inauguration Coverage Live Online (Video)

Among the many options you have to watch coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday is ABC News, which will be available for streaming on basically any platform you might have lying around.

George Stephanopoulos will lead coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration for the network from Washington, D.C. with a special edition of “Good Morning America” at 7 a.m. and continuing coverage through 4 p.m., ET. “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline” and “20/20” will air special editions.

“World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “Good Morning America” Anchor Robin Roberts, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, “Nightline” Co-anchor Byron Pitts, Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl, Special Correspondent and Senior Strategic Advisor Matthew Dowd, “World News Tonight” Saturday Anchor and Senior National Correspondent Cecilia Vega, “World News Tonight” Sunday Anchor and Correspondent Tom Llamas will join Stephanopoulos throughout the day.

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ABC News Digital stream coverage of the Inauguration across desktop, mobile, social & OTT properties. In addition, ABC News will produce a series of short form videos, including features explaining how the confirmation process works, and will live blog the confirmation hearings that started January 10.

ABC News will provide multi-stream live coverage of the day’s proceedings and the evening balls, including live anchored coverage with Digital Anchor Amna Nawaz, “Nightline” and “Good Morning America” Weekend Co-anchor Dan Harris and ABC News Contributor LZ Granderson starting at 8:30 a.m., ET.  The many livestreams of ABC News are available through its live video portal on ABCNews.com, as well as ABC News’ mobile apps and ABC News’ apps on Apple TV, Roku & Xbox One.

ABC will also offer a 360-degree video, which can be seen above.

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Among the many options you have to watch coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday is ABC News, which will be available for streaming on basically any platform you might have lying around.

George Stephanopoulos will lead coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration for the network from Washington, D.C. with a special edition of “Good Morning America” at 7 a.m. and continuing coverage through 4 p.m., ET. “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline” and “20/20” will air special editions.

“World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “Good Morning America” Anchor Robin Roberts, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, “Nightline” Co-anchor Byron Pitts, Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl, Special Correspondent and Senior Strategic Advisor Matthew Dowd, “World News Tonight” Saturday Anchor and Senior National Correspondent Cecilia Vega, “World News Tonight” Sunday Anchor and Correspondent Tom Llamas will join Stephanopoulos throughout the day.

ABC News Digital stream coverage of the Inauguration across desktop, mobile, social & OTT properties. In addition, ABC News will produce a series of short form videos, including features explaining how the confirmation process works, and will live blog the confirmation hearings that started January 10.

ABC News will provide multi-stream live coverage of the day’s proceedings and the evening balls, including live anchored coverage with Digital Anchor Amna Nawaz, “Nightline” and “Good Morning America” Weekend Co-anchor Dan Harris and ABC News Contributor LZ Granderson starting at 8:30 a.m., ET.  The many livestreams of ABC News are available through its live video portal on ABCNews.com, as well as ABC News’ mobile apps and ABC News’ apps on Apple TV, Roku & Xbox One.

ABC will also offer a 360-degree video, which can be seen above.

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Inauguration of Donald Trump Coverage Guide: Where to Watch and Stream

As the world awaits the historic inauguration of Donald Trump, TheWrap brings you everything you need to know about where and how to watch the swearing in of America’s 45th president.

All cable and broadcast news networks are going all-in with coverage, which also marks the first inauguration since livestreaming video emerged as a significant way for Americans to consume media. Viewers will be able to watch Trump get sworn in on a variety of platforms and screens with numerous options on the type of analysis they prefer.

Check out where to watch the peaceful transition of power:

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ABC
George Stephanopoulos will lead coverage for the network from Washington, D.C. with a special edition of “Good Morning America” at 7 a.m. and continuing coverage through 4 p.m., ET. “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline” and “20/20” will air special editions.

World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “Good Morning America” Anchor Robin Roberts, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, “Nightline” Co-anchor Byron Pitts, Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl, Special Correspondent and Senior Strategic Advisor Matthew Dowd, “World News Tonight” Saturday Anchor and Senior National Correspondent Cecilia Vega, “World News Tonight” Sunday Anchor and Correspondent Tom Llamas will join Stephanopoulos throughout the day.

At 10 p.m.,”20/20” will air a one-hour special to look back at the road to the White House, including interviews at various points from the campaign with then candidate Trump.

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CBS
CBS will showcase all of the network’s talent throughout the day, kicking things off at 7 a.m. ET with the “CBS This Morning” of Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell ive from the National Mall with Dickerson, Bob Schieffer and Scott Pelley joining for additional analysis. Anthony Mason and Alex Wagner will also be on hand before Pelly anchors “CBS Evening News” live from D.C.

A primetime special “Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump” hosted by King and Dickerson will explore what a Trump presidency means for the country, what’s ahead in the first 100 days and what the election taught us about America.

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NBC
NBC’s coverage starts at 7 a.m. ET as Matt Lauer co-hosts the “Today” show live from Washington, D.C., with Al Roker, “Meet the Press” moderator and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and NBC News analyst Nicolle Wallace.

Beginning at 10 a.m. ET, “NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt leads coverage from Capitol Hill, joined by NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, Todd and Wallace. NBC News analysts Ben Ginsberg and Hugh Hewitt and NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss will also join the network’s coverage.

Friday evening, “Dateline NBC’s” first segment will feature a report from Dennis Murphy on the inauguration. Murphy will offer highlights from the day’s events and will update viewers with the latest information.

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MSNBC
Coverage kicks off with a special four-hour edition of “Morning Joe” live from The Dubliner pub in Washington, D.C. from 6-10 a.m. ET. Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams, and Chris Matthews lead MSNBC’s all-day coverage beginning at 10 a.m. ET, anchored from MSNBC World Headquarters in New York, with live reports from MSNBC and NBC News correspondents on the ground in Washington and beyond.

Prime time coverage and analysis continues on MSNBC throughout the night as the Trumps and other dignitaries attend inaugural balls. NBC News and MSNBC journalists contributing to inauguration coverage include Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt, Katy Tur, Kelly O’Donnell and Chris Jansing positioned across the Capitol complex, Al Roker, Tamron Hall, Kate Snow, Peter Alexander, and Craig Melvin along the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route, Ron Allen at the White House, Hans Nichols at the Pentagon, Jacob Soboroff on the National Mall and Stephanie Gosk, Jacob Rascon, and Cal Perry covering security and protests.

Special coverage will stream live on NBCNews.com beginning at 10 a.m. ET. The live stream will also be available on NBC News apps and OTT platforms.

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Fox News
Fox News will kick off with “Fox & Friends” live from the National Mall and will provide live coverage throughout the day. “America’s Newsroom” co-anchored by Bill Hemmer and Shannon Bream will air from Lafayette Park followed by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum co-anchoring “America’s Election Headquarters: Inauguration 2017” from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. ET

“The Five,” “Special Report,” “The First 100 Days,” and “The O’Reilly Factor” will all be live from D.C., followed by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity” live from the inaugural ball.

Fox
Fox News chief news anchor Shepard Smith will head over to Fox broadcast to provide live coverage from Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. ET, which will be offered to the Fox affiliates and available to stream on FOXNews.com.

FoxNews.com and the Fox News app will be live streaming the Inaugural proceedings beginning at 11AM/ET with anchor Shepard Smith.

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CNN
CNN’s coverage kicks off at 5 a.m. ET with “New Day” live from Washington, D.C. Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash will anchor the network’s coverage from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. ET before handing off to Alisyn Camerota, Chris Cuomo, Brooke Baldwin and Anderson Cooper for coverage of the Inaugural Parade live from the Parade Route on Pennsylvania Avenue.

“The Lead with Jake Tapper” and “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” will be live in front of The White House at Lafayette Square, while “Erin Burnett Out Front,” “AC360,” and “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” will be live from various Inaugural Balls. CNN will be live from more than 15 locations in Washington, D.C. including the U.S. Capitol, The White House, National Mall, and along the Inaugural Parade route and at the Inaugural Balls and will have 25 CNN anchors, correspondents, and analysts covering the day’s events.

CNN’s coverage of Inauguration Day will be streamed live in its entirety to CNN.com‘s homepage and across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android.

PBS
PBS NewsHour in partnership with Twitter will live stream special coverage of Inauguration Day 2017, anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, with NewsHour correspondents John Yang reporting from the steps of the U.S. Capitol and Lisa Desjardins from the National Mall.

Reuters
Reuters TV will offer free streaming of the inauguration via the Reuters TV website, iOS and Android apps and on Roku.

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Yahoo
Katie Couric, Matt Bai and Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga will anchor coverage starting at 8:30 am. ET with additional reporting from Hunter Walker, Holly Bailey, Olivier Knox and Liz Goodwin. Yahoo will live stream all the major moments, concluding with primetime coverage of the inaugural balls, joined Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee recapping all the major fashion moments of the day.

Young Turks
The Young Turks will provide 12 hours of Inauguration Day coverage across YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. TYT is the only digital network to simultaneously live-stream across each of the three major streaming platforms and one of the first to use Periscope 360, Twitter’s new live 360-degree video streaming feature.

Additional information will be added as it becomes available 

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As the world awaits the historic inauguration of Donald Trump, TheWrap brings you everything you need to know about where and how to watch the swearing in of America’s 45th president.

All cable and broadcast news networks are going all-in with coverage, which also marks the first inauguration since livestreaming video emerged as a significant way for Americans to consume media. Viewers will be able to watch Trump get sworn in on a variety of platforms and screens with numerous options on the type of analysis they prefer.

Check out where to watch the peaceful transition of power:

ABC
George Stephanopoulos will lead coverage for the network from Washington, D.C. with a special edition of “Good Morning America” at 7 a.m. and continuing coverage through 4 p.m., ET. “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline” and “20/20” will air special editions.

World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “Good Morning America” Anchor Robin Roberts, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, “Nightline” Co-anchor Byron Pitts, Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl, Special Correspondent and Senior Strategic Advisor Matthew Dowd, “World News Tonight” Saturday Anchor and Senior National Correspondent Cecilia Vega, “World News Tonight” Sunday Anchor and Correspondent Tom Llamas will join Stephanopoulos throughout the day.

At 10 p.m.,”20/20” will air a one-hour special to look back at the road to the White House, including interviews at various points from the campaign with then candidate Trump.

CBS
CBS will showcase all of the network’s talent throughout the day, kicking things off at 7 a.m. ET with the “CBS This Morning” of Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell ive from the National Mall with Dickerson, Bob Schieffer and Scott Pelley joining for additional analysis. Anthony Mason and Alex Wagner will also be on hand before Pelly anchors “CBS Evening News” live from D.C.

A primetime special “Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump” hosted by King and Dickerson will explore what a Trump presidency means for the country, what’s ahead in the first 100 days and what the election taught us about America.

NBC
NBC’s coverage starts at 7 a.m. ET as Matt Lauer co-hosts the “Today” show live from Washington, D.C., with Al Roker, “Meet the Press” moderator and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and NBC News analyst Nicolle Wallace.

Beginning at 10 a.m. ET, “NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt leads coverage from Capitol Hill, joined by NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, Todd and Wallace. NBC News analysts Ben Ginsberg and Hugh Hewitt and NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss will also join the network’s coverage.

Friday evening, “Dateline NBC’s” first segment will feature a report from Dennis Murphy on the inauguration. Murphy will offer highlights from the day’s events and will update viewers with the latest information.

MSNBC
Coverage kicks off with a special four-hour edition of “Morning Joe” live from The Dubliner pub in Washington, D.C. from 6-10 a.m. ET. Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams, and Chris Matthews lead MSNBC’s all-day coverage beginning at 10 a.m. ET, anchored from MSNBC World Headquarters in New York, with live reports from MSNBC and NBC News correspondents on the ground in Washington and beyond.

Prime time coverage and analysis continues on MSNBC throughout the night as the Trumps and other dignitaries attend inaugural balls. NBC News and MSNBC journalists contributing to inauguration coverage include Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt, Katy Tur, Kelly O’Donnell and Chris Jansing positioned across the Capitol complex, Al Roker, Tamron Hall, Kate Snow, Peter Alexander, and Craig Melvin along the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route, Ron Allen at the White House, Hans Nichols at the Pentagon, Jacob Soboroff on the National Mall and Stephanie Gosk, Jacob Rascon, and Cal Perry covering security and protests.

Special coverage will stream live on NBCNews.com beginning at 10 a.m. ET. The live stream will also be available on NBC News apps and OTT platforms.

Fox News
Fox News will kick off with “Fox & Friends” live from the National Mall and will provide live coverage throughout the day. “America’s Newsroom” co-anchored by Bill Hemmer and Shannon Bream will air from Lafayette Park followed by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum co-anchoring “America’s Election Headquarters: Inauguration 2017” from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. ET

“The Five,” “Special Report,” “The First 100 Days,” and “The O’Reilly Factor” will all be live from D.C., followed by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity” live from the inaugural ball.

Fox
Fox News chief news anchor Shepard Smith will head over to Fox broadcast to provide live coverage from Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. ET, which will be offered to the Fox affiliates and available to stream on FOXNews.com.

FoxNews.com and the Fox News app will be live streaming the Inaugural proceedings beginning at 11AM/ET with anchor Shepard Smith.

CNN
CNN’s coverage kicks off at 5 a.m. ET with “New Day” live from Washington, D.C. Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash will anchor the network’s coverage from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. ET before handing off to Alisyn Camerota, Chris Cuomo, Brooke Baldwin and Anderson Cooper for coverage of the Inaugural Parade live from the Parade Route on Pennsylvania Avenue.

“The Lead with Jake Tapper” and “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer” will be live in front of The White House at Lafayette Square, while “Erin Burnett Out Front,” “AC360,” and “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” will be live from various Inaugural Balls. CNN will be live from more than 15 locations in Washington, D.C. including the U.S. Capitol, The White House, National Mall, and along the Inaugural Parade route and at the Inaugural Balls and will have 25 CNN anchors, correspondents, and analysts covering the day’s events.

CNN’s coverage of Inauguration Day will be streamed live in its entirety to CNN.com‘s homepage and across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android.

PBS
PBS NewsHour in partnership with Twitter will live stream special coverage of Inauguration Day 2017, anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, with NewsHour correspondents John Yang reporting from the steps of the U.S. Capitol and Lisa Desjardins from the National Mall.

Reuters
Reuters TV will offer free streaming of the inauguration via the Reuters TV website, iOS and Android apps and on Roku.

Yahoo
Katie Couric, Matt Bai and Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga will anchor coverage starting at 8:30 am. ET with additional reporting from Hunter Walker, Holly Bailey, Olivier Knox and Liz Goodwin. Yahoo will live stream all the major moments, concluding with primetime coverage of the inaugural balls, joined Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee recapping all the major fashion moments of the day.

Young Turks
The Young Turks will provide 12 hours of Inauguration Day coverage across YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. TYT is the only digital network to simultaneously live-stream across each of the three major streaming platforms and one of the first to use Periscope 360, Twitter’s new live 360-degree video streaming feature.

Additional information will be added as it becomes available 

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Election Night Coverage Guide: Where to Watch Donald Trump v Hillary Clinton

Cable news networks essentially started their Election Day coverage months ago, but it becomes official on Tuesday when voters decide between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in what is expected to be one of the biggest television news events of all time.

Every major news organization and television network is covering the historic event, but don’t worry if you don’t know where to watch — TheWrap has you covered with our guide to Election Day.

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ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor ABC News’ primetime coverage from the network’s Times Square headquarters starting a 7 p.m. ET.

“World News Tonight” anchor David Muir, “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz, Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson, Jonathan Karl, Byron Pitts, Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas will contribute to the coverage. Robin Roberts and Amy Robach will be at campaign headquarters and Michael Strahan will roam the street of Times Square interviewing voters.

FiveThirtyEight Founder and Editor-in-Chief Nate Silver will provide live on-air analysis of the state-by-state races and overall election. ABC News Digital will have special coverage at ABCNews.com and across mobile, social and OTT services featuring multiple live streams, interactive videos and 360 videos at key polling locations and candidate election parties.

CBS

CBS News’ Election Night coverage starts at 6:30 p.m. ET with the “CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley.” Charlie Rose, Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Elaine Quijano, Bob Schieffer and CBS News political director John Dickerson will lead the network’s coverage from CBS’ Election Night Headquarters.

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CNN

Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Anderson Cooper anchor CNN’s “Election Night in America 2016” coverage from the Election Center in the network’s Washington Bureau.

CNN’s live special coverage kicked off on Monday night with an extended hour of “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” followed by a special overnight edition of “America’s Choice 2016” anchored by Poppy Harlow. Everything on the network is wrapped up in election coverage, including special editions of “New Day” and “OutFront with Erin Burnett.”

John King will report from the network’s Election Center with the CNN Magic Wall, Political Director David Chalian will cover exit polls and Executive Editor of politics Mark Preston will be at the decision desk. Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin will be available throughout the evening to provide commentary and legal analysis.

CNN’s Election Night in America coverage will be streamed live in its entirety on CNN.com’s homepage, across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android, and also on connected televisions via Apple TV and Roku.

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CNBC

“Your Money, Your Vote” kicks off at 7 p.m. ET anchored by CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla and Kelly Evans, with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and John Harwood, and help from journalists deployed around the country. The network will also broadcast a special election night edition of “Mad Money w/Jim Cramer” at 6 p.m. ET.

CNBC’s early morning programs “Worldwide Exchange” and “Squawk Box” will provide morning-after results and analysis before the markets open on Wednesday.

Fox News Channel

Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will help unveil a brand new set for “America’s Election Headquarters” at 6 p.m. ET. “On the Record” host Brit Hume, “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace, Tucker Carlson, Karl Rove, Charles Krauthammer and “The Five” co-hosts Dana Perino and Juan Williams will join Kelly and Baier for analysis throughout the night.

Martha MacCallum will report on the exit poll data and Bill Hemmer will break down the results on the electronic “Bill-board.” Carl Cameron and John Roberts will report live from Trump campaign headquarters, while Jennifer Griffin and Mike Emanuel will broadcast live from Clinton campaign headquarters. Fox News will also have correspondents throughout the country contributing to coverage.

Fox News’ website and mobile app will also feature special election breakouts while Jared Halpern anchors coverage on Fox News Radio. Fox News kicked off its election coverage last weekend when special editions of weekday programming aired on Sunday.

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Fox

“Fox News Special: You Decide 2016: Election Special,” hosted by chief news anchor Shepard Smith will air on all Fox owned and operated affiliates from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. ET. Chris Wallace, Bill Hemmer, Martha MacCallum, Shannon Bream and Trace Gallagher will contribute to the coverage with various Fox News correspondents across the country.

Fox Business Network 

Neil Cavuto will anchor Fox Business’ coverage at 8 p.m. ET. Lou Dobbs and Maria Bartiromo will join Cavuto to provide additional insight and analysis until 1 a.m. ET when David Asman and Melissa Francis pick up coverage.

Liz Claman will assess the balance of power in Congress, and provide updates on reaction from across the country. Blake Burman will provide live coverage from Trump campaign headquarters, while Peter Barnes will report from Clinton campaign HQ.

Fox Biz has gone all-in on election coverage, which started with live programming throughout last weekend. “Mornings with Maria,” Varney & Company,” Cavuto: Coast-to-Coast,” “Intelligence Report with Trish Regan,” “Countdown to the Closing Bell” and “Lou Dobbs Tonight” will all have special editions on Tuesday.

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Fusion

Fusion will cover the election with its “All Def Digital Roast of America” at 9 p.m. ET, hosted by Romany Malco. It will feature Russell Simmons, Bassem Youssef, T.I., Cedric The Entertainer, Nas, Orny Adams, Robert Powell, Aida Rodriguez, Thai Rivera, Dominique, Donnell Rawlings, Earthquake, Helen Hong and a variety of comedians.

Fusion’s news division will offer results and analysis throughout the night, anchored by Alicia Menendez and Nando Vila with Nelufar Hedayat, Andrew Joyce, Jason Johnson and Jorge Ramos.

NBC

“NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt, “Today” co-host Savannah Guthrie and “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd anchor the network’s primetime coverage at 7 p.m. ET from NBC News headquarters at Rockefeller Center in New York City. The famed 30 Rock building will be lit red, white and blue while an augmented reality map of the U.S. on the skating rink will turn states red or blue as results come in. NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, will join the coverage to provide additional insight.

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MSNBC

Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams and Chris Matthews anchor MSNBC’s primetime coverage starting at 6 p.m. ET. Lawrence O’Donnell, Chris Hayes and Joy Reid will contribute to the coverage from New York.

Andrea Mitchell, Katy Tur, Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt, Alex Seitz-Wald, Peter Alexander, Jacob Rascon, Benjy Sarlin, Hallie Jackson, Steve Kornacki, Chris Jansing, Anne Thompson, Ron Mott, Thomas Roberts, Kate Snow, Jacob Soboroff, Steve Patterson, Kelly O’Donnell, Mariana Atencio, Gabe Gutierrez, Kerry Sanders, Rehema Ellis, Morgan Radford, Tammy Leitner, Miguel, Alamaguer, Joe Fryer and Gabi Schwartz will be scattered across the country to provide additional coverage across all NBC platforms.

MTV

All of MTV’s television, digital and social screens will aim to engage millennial voters on the importance of the election and policy initiatives that affect them starting at 3 p.m. ET. Regular updates from correspondents in Times Square and at each campaign’s headquarters will air on Snapchat, Facebook Live, YouTube and linear TV.

“The People’s Playhouse” will air from the old “TRL” studio in New York City to provide everything from an election confessional booth to a replica of the Oval Office. The network will provide updates throughout the night and go live when the race is called.

MTV News’ Correspondent Gaby Wilson, Deputy Politics Editor Julianne Ross and reporters Meredith Graves, Jane Coaston and Marcus Patrick Ellsworth will anchor coverage while Jamil Smith and Ana Marie Cox are embedded at campaign headquarters.

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The Young Turks

The digital newscast will broadcast live on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter simultaneously, making it the only coverage to live stream on all three major platforms. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, Jimmy Dore, Ben Mankiewicz, Michael Shure and other TYT personalities will anchor coverage.

TV One

TV One’s “NewsOne Now” will air a special six-hour live telecast of TV One’s 2016 Election Night Viewing Party from Washington D.C. Roland S. Martin will host the special that aims to focus on the interests of the African-American community nationwide.

PBS

“PBS NewsHour” coverage will be co-anchored by managing editors Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill. In addition, John Yang will report on location from the Clinton campaign headquarters and Jeffrey Brown from Trump campaign headquarters while correspondent Hari Sreenivasan will report from Washington, D.C.

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Yahoo

Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and National Political Columnist Matt Bai will lead coverage from New York until the final call comes in, with Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons, Republican strategist Katie Packer and historian Evan Thomas.

Guests and contributors include author J.D. Vance and West Virginia coal miner Bo Copley, conservative commentator Ann Coulter, Jose Antonio Vargas, Black Lives Matter Worcester founder Julius Jones and former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Yahoo’s election night coverage will be available on desktop and mobile, and via the Yahoo app on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox 360. It will also stream on Facebook Live.

TheWrap will update this post as additional information becomes available.

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Every major news organization and television network is covering the historic event, but don’t worry if you don’t know where to watch — TheWrap has you covered with our guide to Election Day.

ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor ABC News’ primetime coverage from the network’s Times Square headquarters starting a 7 p.m. ET.

“World News Tonight” anchor David Muir, “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz, Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson, Jonathan Karl, Byron Pitts, Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas will contribute to the coverage. Robin Roberts and Amy Robach will be at campaign headquarters and Michael Strahan will roam the street of Times Square interviewing voters.

FiveThirtyEight Founder and Editor-in-Chief Nate Silver will provide live on-air analysis of the state-by-state races and overall election. ABC News Digital will have special coverage at ABCNews.com and across mobile, social and OTT services featuring multiple live streams, interactive videos and 360 videos at key polling locations and candidate election parties.

CBS

CBS News’ Election Night coverage starts at 6:30 p.m. ET with the “CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley.” Charlie Rose, Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Elaine Quijano, Bob Schieffer and CBS News political director John Dickerson will lead the network’s coverage from CBS’ Election Night Headquarters.

CNN

Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Anderson Cooper anchor CNN’s “Election Night in America 2016” coverage from the Election Center in the network’s Washington Bureau.

CNN’s live special coverage kicked off on Monday night with an extended hour of “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” followed by a special overnight edition of “America’s Choice 2016” anchored by Poppy Harlow. Everything on the network is wrapped up in election coverage, including special editions of “New Day” and “OutFront with Erin Burnett.”

John King will report from the network’s Election Center with the CNN Magic Wall, Political Director David Chalian will cover exit polls and Executive Editor of politics Mark Preston will be at the decision desk. Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin will be available throughout the evening to provide commentary and legal analysis.

CNN’s Election Night in America coverage will be streamed live in its entirety on CNN.com’s homepage, across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android, and also on connected televisions via Apple TV and Roku.

CNBC

“Your Money, Your Vote” kicks off at 7 p.m. ET anchored by CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla and Kelly Evans, with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and John Harwood, and help from journalists deployed around the country. The network will also broadcast a special election night edition of “Mad Money w/Jim Cramer” at 6 p.m. ET.

CNBC’s early morning programs “Worldwide Exchange” and “Squawk Box” will provide morning-after results and analysis before the markets open on Wednesday.

Fox News Channel

Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will help unveil a brand new set for “America’s Election Headquarters” at 6 p.m. ET. “On the Record” host Brit Hume, “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace, Tucker Carlson, Karl Rove, Charles Krauthammer and “The Five” co-hosts Dana Perino and Juan Williams will join Kelly and Baier for analysis throughout the night.

Martha MacCallum will report on the exit poll data and Bill Hemmer will break down the results on the electronic “Bill-board.” Carl Cameron and John Roberts will report live from Trump campaign headquarters, while Jennifer Griffin and Mike Emanuel will broadcast live from Clinton campaign headquarters. Fox News will also have correspondents throughout the country contributing to coverage.

Fox News’ website and mobile app will also feature special election breakouts while Jared Halpern anchors coverage on Fox News Radio. Fox News kicked off its election coverage last weekend when special editions of weekday programming aired on Sunday.

Fox

“Fox News Special: You Decide 2016: Election Special,” hosted by chief news anchor Shepard Smith will air on all Fox owned and operated affiliates from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. ET. Chris Wallace, Bill Hemmer, Martha MacCallum, Shannon Bream and Trace Gallagher will contribute to the coverage with various Fox News correspondents across the country.

Fox Business Network 

Neil Cavuto will anchor Fox Business’ coverage at 8 p.m. ET. Lou Dobbs and Maria Bartiromo will join Cavuto to provide additional insight and analysis until 1 a.m. ET when David Asman and Melissa Francis pick up coverage.

Liz Claman will assess the balance of power in Congress, and provide updates on reaction from across the country. Blake Burman will provide live coverage from Trump campaign headquarters, while Peter Barnes will report from Clinton campaign HQ.

Fox Biz has gone all-in on election coverage, which started with live programming throughout last weekend. “Mornings with Maria,” Varney & Company,” Cavuto: Coast-to-Coast,” “Intelligence Report with Trish Regan,” “Countdown to the Closing Bell” and “Lou Dobbs Tonight” will all have special editions on Tuesday.

Fusion

Fusion will cover the election with its “All Def Digital Roast of America” at 9 p.m. ET, hosted by Romany Malco. It will feature Russell Simmons, Bassem Youssef, T.I., Cedric The Entertainer, Nas, Orny Adams, Robert Powell, Aida Rodriguez, Thai Rivera, Dominique, Donnell Rawlings, Earthquake, Helen Hong and a variety of comedians.

Fusion’s news division will offer results and analysis throughout the night, anchored by Alicia Menendez and Nando Vila with Nelufar Hedayat, Andrew Joyce, Jason Johnson and Jorge Ramos.

NBC

“NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt, “Today” co-host Savannah Guthrie and “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd anchor the network’s primetime coverage at 7 p.m. ET from NBC News headquarters at Rockefeller Center in New York City. The famed 30 Rock building will be lit red, white and blue while an augmented reality map of the U.S. on the skating rink will turn states red or blue as results come in. NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, will join the coverage to provide additional insight.

MSNBC

Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams and Chris Matthews anchor MSNBC’s primetime coverage starting at 6 p.m. ET. Lawrence O’Donnell, Chris Hayes and Joy Reid will contribute to the coverage from New York.

Andrea Mitchell, Katy Tur, Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt, Alex Seitz-Wald, Peter Alexander, Jacob Rascon, Benjy Sarlin, Hallie Jackson, Steve Kornacki, Chris Jansing, Anne Thompson, Ron Mott, Thomas Roberts, Kate Snow, Jacob Soboroff, Steve Patterson, Kelly O’Donnell, Mariana Atencio, Gabe Gutierrez, Kerry Sanders, Rehema Ellis, Morgan Radford, Tammy Leitner, Miguel, Alamaguer, Joe Fryer and Gabi Schwartz will be scattered across the country to provide additional coverage across all NBC platforms.

MTV

All of MTV’s television, digital and social screens will aim to engage millennial voters on the importance of the election and policy initiatives that affect them starting at 3 p.m. ET. Regular updates from correspondents in Times Square and at each campaign’s headquarters will air on Snapchat, Facebook Live, YouTube and linear TV.

“The People’s Playhouse” will air from the old “TRL” studio in New York City to provide everything from an election confessional booth to a replica of the Oval Office. The network will provide updates throughout the night and go live when the race is called.

MTV News’ Correspondent Gaby Wilson, Deputy Politics Editor Julianne Ross and reporters Meredith Graves, Jane Coaston and Marcus Patrick Ellsworth will anchor coverage while Jamil Smith and Ana Marie Cox are embedded at campaign headquarters.

The Young Turks

The digital newscast will broadcast live on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter simultaneously, making it the only coverage to live stream on all three major platforms. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, Jimmy Dore, Ben Mankiewicz, Michael Shure and other TYT personalities will anchor coverage.

TV One

TV One’s “NewsOne Now” will air a special six-hour live telecast of TV One’s 2016 Election Night Viewing Party from Washington D.C. Roland S. Martin will host the special that aims to focus on the interests of the African-American community nationwide.

PBS

“PBS NewsHour” coverage will be co-anchored by managing editors Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill. In addition, John Yang will report on location from the Clinton campaign headquarters and Jeffrey Brown from Trump campaign headquarters while correspondent Hari Sreenivasan will report from Washington, D.C.

Yahoo

Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and National Political Columnist Matt Bai will lead coverage from New York until the final call comes in, with Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons, Republican strategist Katie Packer and historian Evan Thomas.

Guests and contributors include author J.D. Vance and West Virginia coal miner Bo Copley, conservative commentator Ann Coulter, Jose Antonio Vargas, Black Lives Matter Worcester founder Julius Jones and former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Yahoo’s election night coverage will be available on desktop and mobile, and via the Yahoo app on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox 360. It will also stream on Facebook Live.

TheWrap will update this post as additional information becomes available.

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Why ABC News Will Have the Best Real Estate on Election Day

ABC News will occupy some of the best real estate in America on Election Night, as its Times Square set is practically equidistant to both campaign headquarters.

Marc Burstein, the network’s executive producer of special events, plans to take advantage of ABC’s location by incorporating The Crossroads of the World with the network’s coverage.

“I expect Times Square itself to be filled with people. We have such a unique vantage point,” Burstein said. “We’ll have two candidates, both in New York, within 10 blocks on either side of us … There will be a lot of crowd just in between.”

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Hillary Clinton’s campaign will be set up at the Jacob Javits Center, with its symbolic glass ceilings, while Donald Trump will be hunkered at New York Hilton Midtown. While proximity is nice for ABC, the network hopes its information is what viewers remember. Burstein explained that all news organizations receive the same data, so to distinguish itself, ABC must present the data in a unique and creative way.

“The graphics are extremely important,” Burstein said. “And what we’ve done with the set and the graphics is that we’ve integrated them in a way that we’ve never done before.”

The ABC News team blended Times Square outside with the studio inside, allowing viewers on television and people standing in Midtown Manhattan to have the same “immersive experience,” according to Burstein.

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ABC will debut some new technology during its coverage as results roll in throughout the evening and Burstein is excited about the “huge electronic signs” that surround his studio.

“They used to be eye candy. This time they are actually being used to tell the story,” he said. “When we project winners on states that will be critical to the race for 270 electoral votes, we will be able to show you that outside, on these screens.”

The ABC News team worked on the design of the signs for months, and Burstein is pleased with the finished product, but he knows it won’t determine which network has the best coverage.

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“You want a fantastic set. You want a beautiful set, but it’s not more important than the information or the people sitting at the set,” he said. “Our analysis and our context are what is going to distinguish us.”

George Stephanopoulos will anchor ABC’s primetime coverage from the network’s Times Square headquarters starting a 7 p.m. ET.

“World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz, Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson, Jonathan Karl, Byron Pitts, Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas will contribute to the coverage. Robin Roberts and Amy Robach will be at campaign headquarters and Michael Strahan will roam the street of Times Square interviewing voters.

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ABC News will occupy some of the best real estate in America on Election Night, as its Times Square set is practically equidistant to both campaign headquarters.

Marc Burstein, the network’s executive producer of special events, plans to take advantage of ABC’s location by incorporating The Crossroads of the World with the network’s coverage.

“I expect Times Square itself to be filled with people. We have such a unique vantage point,” Burstein said. “We’ll have two candidates, both in New York, within 10 blocks on either side of us … There will be a lot of crowd just in between.”

Hillary Clinton’s campaign will be set up at the Jacob Javits Center, with its symbolic glass ceilings, while Donald Trump will be hunkered at New York Hilton Midtown. While proximity is nice for ABC, the network hopes its information is what viewers remember. Burstein explained that all news organizations receive the same data, so to distinguish itself, ABC must present the data in a unique and creative way.

“The graphics are extremely important,” Burstein said. “And what we’ve done with the set and the graphics is that we’ve integrated them in a way that we’ve never done before.”

The ABC News team blended Times Square outside with the studio inside, allowing viewers on television and people standing in Midtown Manhattan to have the same “immersive experience,” according to Burstein.

ABC will debut some new technology during its coverage as results roll in throughout the evening and Burstein is excited about the “huge electronic signs” that surround his studio.

“They used to be eye candy. This time they are actually being used to tell the story,” he said. “When we project winners on states that will be critical to the race for 270 electoral votes, we will be able to show you that outside, on these screens.”

The ABC News team worked on the design of the signs for months, and Burstein is pleased with the finished product, but he knows it won’t determine which network has the best coverage.

“You want a fantastic set. You want a beautiful set, but it’s not more important than the information or the people sitting at the set,” he said. “Our analysis and our context are what is going to distinguish us.”

George Stephanopoulos will anchor ABC’s primetime coverage from the network’s Times Square headquarters starting a 7 p.m. ET.

“World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir, “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz, Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson, Jonathan Karl, Byron Pitts, Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega and Tom Llamas will contribute to the coverage. Robin Roberts and Amy Robach will be at campaign headquarters and Michael Strahan will roam the street of Times Square interviewing voters.

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Donald Trump v Hillary Clinton III: How to Watch Final Presidential Debate

The final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tonight at 9 p.m. ET and will be available to watch almost everywhere.

Chris Wallace will moderate the debate in Las Vegas, marking the first time ever that a Fox News journalist had refereed a general election presidential debate. The debate could be one of the most-watched TV events in history as voters are eager to hear the final argument from each candidate.

Wallace has selected the following topics to address: Debt and entitlements, immigration, economy, Supreme Court replacements, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Fox Business, PBS, Univision and C-SPAN will show the debate, but if you can’t decide where to watch, don’t worry, TheWrap has you covered.

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NBC

Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd will lead NBC’s coverage. Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, and a team of NBC News correspondents and contributors will provide additional coverage. Holt will also anchor “NBC Nightly News” live from the UNLV campus Wednesday evening.

CBS

Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer will anchor the network’s coverage. CBSN will provide complete coverage on the network’s streaming service.

ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor from New York starting at 9 p.m. ET with additional coverage by David Muir, Martha Raddatz, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Tom Llamas, Byron Pitts, Cokie Roberts and Matthew Dowd.

ABC News’ digital coverage of the debates will be streamed live on Facebook and ABC News will incorporate viewers’ comments, questions and conversations in the Facebook Live coverage.  ABC News’ live streams will also be available on ABCNews.com as well as its apps on mobile and OTT.

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PBS

“PBS NewsHour” will air the debate in its entirety.

Fox News

Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will anchor primetime coverage while their colleague Chris Wallace moderates the debate. The majority of programming on Fox News is live from Las Vegas throughout the day. An extended edition of “The Kelly File” airs live from Vegas following the debate.

CNN

Dana Bash, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will anchor CNN’s coverage with more than 20 anchors, correspondents, analysts, reporters and commentators on the ground.

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MSNBC

Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams lead MSNBC’s coverage with help from Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Chris Jansing, Steve Kornacki, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Thomas Roberts, Stephanie Ruhle, Benjy Sarlin, Alex Seitz-Wald, Kate Snow, Jacob Soboroff, Katy Tur, and Kristen Welker in Las Vegas; along with Tamron Hall, Craig Melvin, and Lawrence O’Donnell in New York.

Fox Business

Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo and Lou Dobbs will anchor coverage, with Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman providing additional analysis.

Facebook

Facebook Live will stream coverage from a variety of networks, including ABC News, C-Span, Fox News, PBS, NowThis, Univision, Telemundo, BuzzFeed, CNBC and The Washington Post.

Additional information will be added as it becomes available. 

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The final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tonight at 9 p.m. ET and will be available to watch almost everywhere.

Chris Wallace will moderate the debate in Las Vegas, marking the first time ever that a Fox News journalist had refereed a general election presidential debate. The debate could be one of the most-watched TV events in history as voters are eager to hear the final argument from each candidate.

Wallace has selected the following topics to address: Debt and entitlements, immigration, economy, Supreme Court replacements, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president. NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Fox Business, PBS, Univision and C-SPAN will show the debate, but if you can’t decide where to watch, don’t worry, TheWrap has you covered.

NBC

Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd will lead NBC’s coverage. Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, and a team of NBC News correspondents and contributors will provide additional coverage. Holt will also anchor “NBC Nightly News” live from the UNLV campus Wednesday evening.

CBS

Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer will anchor the network’s coverage. CBSN will provide complete coverage on the network’s streaming service.

ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor from New York starting at 9 p.m. ET with additional coverage by David Muir, Martha Raddatz, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Tom Llamas, Byron Pitts, Cokie Roberts and Matthew Dowd.

ABC News’ digital coverage of the debates will be streamed live on Facebook and ABC News will incorporate viewers’ comments, questions and conversations in the Facebook Live coverage.  ABC News’ live streams will also be available on ABCNews.com as well as its apps on mobile and OTT.

PBS

“PBS NewsHour” will air the debate in its entirety.

Fox News

Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will anchor primetime coverage while their colleague Chris Wallace moderates the debate. The majority of programming on Fox News is live from Las Vegas throughout the day. An extended edition of “The Kelly File” airs live from Vegas following the debate.

CNN

Dana Bash, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will anchor CNN’s coverage with more than 20 anchors, correspondents, analysts, reporters and commentators on the ground.

MSNBC

Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams lead MSNBC’s coverage with help from Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Chris Jansing, Steve Kornacki, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Thomas Roberts, Stephanie Ruhle, Benjy Sarlin, Alex Seitz-Wald, Kate Snow, Jacob Soboroff, Katy Tur, and Kristen Welker in Las Vegas; along with Tamron Hall, Craig Melvin, and Lawrence O’Donnell in New York.

Fox Business

Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo and Lou Dobbs will anchor coverage, with Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman providing additional analysis.

Facebook

Facebook Live will stream coverage from a variety of networks, including ABC News, C-Span, Fox News, PBS, NowThis, Univision, Telemundo, BuzzFeed, CNBC and The Washington Post.

Additional information will be added as it becomes available. 

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How to Watch the Second Presidential Debate

A lot of questions will be asked (and hopefully answered) when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take the debate stage less than 48 hours after secret audiotapes of the GOP nominee making lewd sexual comments surfaced.

Will moderators ask about Trump’s vulgar comments? Will Trump bring up Bill Clinton’s past scandals? Will Trump come prepared this time? We’ll know shortly.

The second presidential debate is live on Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET from Washington University in St. Louis with ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper co-moderating.

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The debate will be town hall style, in which half of the questions will be posed directly by citizen participants and the other half will be posed by the moderator based on topics of broad public interest as reflected in social media and other sources. Trump and Clinton will each have two minutes to respond, and there will be an additional minute for the moderators to facilitate further discussion.

So where do you prefer to watch? TheWrap has you covered.

CBS

Coverage begins at 9 p.m. ET with Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer.

ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor from New York starting at 9 p.m. ET with additional coverage by David Muir, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Tom Llamas, Byron Pitts, Cokie Roberts and Matthew Dowd.

NBC

Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd will lead NBC’s coverage. Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, and a team of NBC News correspondents and contributors will provide additional coverage.

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Fox News

Fox News is live from Washington University for the majority of the day, with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly anchoring primetime coverage. Special Sunday editions of the typical weekday lineup include “The Five,” “Special Report,” “On the Record,” “The O’Reilly Factor,” “The Kelly File” and “Hannity.”

CNN

CNN has been live from Washington University throughout the weekend and will air a special edition of “Erin Burnett OutFront” before Dana Bash, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett and Jake Tapper host the special coverage. CNN will have more than 15 anchors, correspondents, analysts, reporters and commentators on the ground at the debate site.

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MSNBC

Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams lead MSNBC’s coverage, with additional reporting by a team including Katy Tur, Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Chris Lansing, Steve Kornacki, Craig Melvin, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Thomas Roberts, Stephanie Ruhle, Kate Snow, Tamron Hall, Lawrence O’Donnell, Cal Perry and Kristen Welker.

Fox Business

Neil Cavuto, Trish Regan and Lou Dobbs will anchor coverage with Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman providing additional analysis.

PBS

“PBS NewsHour” will air the debate in its entirety.

Facebook

Facebook Live will stream coverage from a variety of networks, including ABC News, C-Span, Fox News, PBS, NowThis, Univision, Telemundo, BuzFeed, CNBC and The Washington Post.

TheWrap will continue to update this page as additional information becomes available. 

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A lot of questions will be asked (and hopefully answered) when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take the debate stage less than 48 hours after secret audiotapes of the GOP nominee making lewd sexual comments surfaced.

Will moderators ask about Trump’s vulgar comments? Will Trump bring up Bill Clinton’s past scandals? Will Trump come prepared this time? We’ll know shortly.

The second presidential debate is live on Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET from Washington University in St. Louis with ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper co-moderating.

The debate will be town hall style, in which half of the questions will be posed directly by citizen participants and the other half will be posed by the moderator based on topics of broad public interest as reflected in social media and other sources. Trump and Clinton will each have two minutes to respond, and there will be an additional minute for the moderators to facilitate further discussion.

So where do you prefer to watch? TheWrap has you covered.

CBS

Coverage begins at 9 p.m. ET with Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer.

ABC

George Stephanopoulos will anchor from New York starting at 9 p.m. ET with additional coverage by David Muir, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Tom Llamas, Byron Pitts, Cokie Roberts and Matthew Dowd.

NBC

Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd will lead NBC’s coverage. Tom Brokaw, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, and a team of NBC News correspondents and contributors will provide additional coverage.

Fox News

Fox News is live from Washington University for the majority of the day, with Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly anchoring primetime coverage. Special Sunday editions of the typical weekday lineup include “The Five,” “Special Report,” “On the Record,” “The O’Reilly Factor,” “The Kelly File” and “Hannity.”

CNN

CNN has been live from Washington University throughout the weekend and will air a special edition of “Erin Burnett OutFront” before Dana Bash, Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett and Jake Tapper host the special coverage. CNN will have more than 15 anchors, correspondents, analysts, reporters and commentators on the ground at the debate site.

MSNBC

Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams lead MSNBC’s coverage, with additional reporting by a team including Katy Tur, Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Chris Lansing, Steve Kornacki, Craig Melvin, Andrea Mitchell, Kelly O’Donnell, Joy Reid, Thomas Roberts, Stephanie Ruhle, Kate Snow, Tamron Hall, Lawrence O’Donnell, Cal Perry and Kristen Welker.

Fox Business

Neil Cavuto, Trish Regan and Lou Dobbs will anchor coverage with Kennedy, Connell McShane and Blake Burman providing additional analysis.

PBS

“PBS NewsHour” will air the debate in its entirety.

Facebook

Facebook Live will stream coverage from a variety of networks, including ABC News, C-Span, Fox News, PBS, NowThis, Univision, Telemundo, BuzFeed, CNBC and The Washington Post.

TheWrap will continue to update this page as additional information becomes available. 

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