By Fortune Staff
October 9, 2016

The second presidential debate kicks off Sunday night, following a topsy-turvy weekend in the race that saw Republicans abandon their nominee’s campaign in droves following the release of shocking video that showed him describing women in vulgar terms.

Donald Trump is limping into the debate, defying calls that he drop out of the race. His Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has so far been content to watch his campaign burn from the sidelines, but that will surely change when the two meet on stage.

The debate, which takes place at Washington University in St. Louis and is moderated by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and ABC News’ chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz, is scheduled to kick off at 9 p.m. E.T. You can watch it live below.


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