DEBATE NIGHT: KHQ has you covered with three ways to watch! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

DEBATE NIGHT: KHQ has you covered with three ways to watch!

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

The third and final presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton is happening Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. and we're giving you a "Choose Your Own Adventure" style viewing experience. 

OPTION #1:

- Let's say you just want to watch the debate "straight up." No bells, no whistles. Great! You can watch the debate live at 6:00 p.m. on KHQ or if you can't be near a TV, right here on khq.com in the video player above. 

OPTION #2: 

- Looking to go a little more in-depth with the debate? Want to know what those subtle non-verbal cues your candidate is putting out mean? We will have a live stream on our Facebook of the debate, with a body language expert popping in every now and then to share his observations on the candidates. You can also share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section. To watch it live, visit our FACEBOOK PAGE HERE, where it will be pinned to the top of our page. You'll also be able to re-watch it on our page or right here in this story, once the debate has ended. 

OPTION #3:

- This is where you can get really interactive with us. Your third option allows you to give  your real-time reaction to what you're watching with the first two options. Here's what you need to do. 

  • Watch the debate on KHQ, khq.com or our Facebook page
  • Give your real-time opinions on what is happening HERE or in the embedded survey below.:

Please keep all comments respectful and mindful of other people's views. We want to encourage a discussion among our community, but will not tolerate hateful or obscene comments. Please be respectful of each other. Thank you and have fun! 

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