How to Watch the 2020 Presidential Debate: Trump vs. Biden

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What to Know About the US 2020 Presidential Debates: When, Where, How to Watch

The two candidates for becoming the next President of the United States of America are, as you know, current President Donald Trump and Joe Biden. They will face each other off in a series of 3 presidential debates:

  • September 29 - Cleveland, Ohio - moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News;
  • October 15 - Miami, Florida - moderated by Steve Scully of C-SPAN;
  • October 22 - Nashville, Tennessee - moderated by Kristen Welker of NBC.

There will also be a vice presidential debate on October 7, in Salt Lake City, Utah, between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. Susan Page of USA Today will be moderating this one.

If you haven't made up your mind or just want to see the 2 candidates debating, read below to see where you can watch the 2020 presidential debate online. And, most importantly, how to make sure it won't be disconnected or buffering.

How to Watch the 2020 Presidential Debate - TV and Online Live Stream

Good news for all you cable TV subscribers in the USA and some abroad: the 2020 presidential debates will be broadcast by all major networks. These include ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and C-Span. It will also be available on each network’s corresponding apps, if you’re watching on an OTT service like Apple TV, Roku, or Android TV. So, it's almost impossible for you not to be able to watch this on your TV if you tune in at 9 PM EDT. Even if you're in another country - CNN, for example, is broadcasting this on CNN International as well.

If you want to live stream the US 2020 presidential debate over the Internet, the networks will also broadcast that on their YouTube channels. You can even watch it here below - embedding ABC News' YouTube live coverage of the presidential debate.

Avoid Buffering and Disconnects when Live Streaming the 2020 Presidential Debate

Naturally, if you tune in to the 2020 presidential debate through live streaming, you want to be able to watch it without any glitches such as stuttering, buffering or even disconnects. You might miss exactly what you're interested in hearing from each of the candidates. Plus, as we all know, body language is also a key element during such tense moments.

In order to be 100% sure you can live stream the presidential debates hassle-free, you have to use all of your Internet connections at once. This way, if one of them is slow or drops, the other one will take over seamlessly.

Also - if you're trying to watch from abroad and YouTube is blocked for you, you also need a VPN. That will allow you to connect to US servers in the cloud so it'll be just like watching from home.

All you need is a bonding VPN service like Speedify running on your computer, mobile device or Android TV.

Recommended Setup for Live Streaming the US Presidential Debates of 2020

It's not rocket science: as mentioned above, you need:

  • the screen - whether a TV, monitor or your tablet / smartphone.
  • fast and stable Internet connectivity - e.g. your home Internet and your tethered smartphone

All you have to do is:

  1. Install and run Speedify on your computer or mobile device.
  2. Tune in to your favorite live stream and enjoy the 2020 presidential debate.
  3. If you want to watch it on your TV, just share the combined Internet connectivity via Wi-Fi to your TV and tune in from your TV directly.

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