Interactive Chat: CNN 2016 Presidential Debate – 8pm EST

Tonight's second 2015 Presidential debate will begin at 8pm Eastern and Communities Digital News writers will be watching - and chatting with you the voters


WASHINGTON, Sept. 16, 2015 – Tonight’s second 2015 presidential debate will begin at 8 p.m. Eastern, and Communities Digital News writers, including Dr. James Picht, Andrew Mark Miller, Michael Busler and PolitiChick Susan Swift will be watching and chatting with you the voters and readers right here on Communities Digital News.

Sadly, the debate is being hyped up as if it were a WWE event, with promises of candidates coming out and body slamming Donald Trump to the matt — which simply means we are going to create a third party candidate. Democrats are rejoicing, I am sure.

Can the candidates keep it classy? Can they walk softly — take the lead of Carly Fiorina and Dr. Carson and not rise to the bait? Can Donald Trump be cornered into a substantiative debate on the issues, versus a free-for-all piling on the for-now poll leader because they just don’t like him?

For the full schedule of the 2015-2016 debates, click here. And then come back to Communities for all the debate chats.

FIRST ROUND DEBATE TIME: 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT with Santorum, Jindal, Pataki, Graham on the stage

PRIMETIME DEBATE TIME: 8 p.m. ET/ p.m. PT with Trump, Bush, Walker, Huckabee, Carson, Cruz, Rubio, Paul, Christie, Kasich and Fiorina on the stage

CHANNEL: CNN – Check your local TV provider


MODERATORS: Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Hugh Hewitt

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