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All the network promos you need to get excited for the presidential debate

Mashable

Just about every channel you can think of is showing Monday's presidential debate. And they all have promos for their special coverage. Well, check the promos to see which one fits you best. Let's be perfectly clear -- I love this promo. It is my favorite promo.


Trump aide dismisses as 'quip' his threat to jail Clinton

Associated Press

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the second presidential debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the second presidential debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speak during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. A few moments earlier, Trump had said he'd instruct his attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor who would investigate the tens of thousands of emails that Clinton deleted when she was secretary of state.


6 tweets that dominated this election

Mashable

Even after the polls close and a winner is declared, the endless tweets and posts will remain up for digital posterity. SEE ALSO: Even Donald Trump's campaign is fed up with his tweets Twitter rounded up the top tweets from both presidential candidates in case you forgot about Trump's 3 a.m. Twitter rants or Hillary Clinton's effort to look digitally savvy to connect with millennials. Here are the three most retweeted messages from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's official accounts. How long did it take your staff of 823 people to think that up--and where are your 33,000 emails that you deleted?


Trump aide dismisses as 'quip' his threat to jail Clinton

PBS NewsHour

WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump's campaign manager is dismissing as "a quip" Trump's threat to jail Hillary Clinton if he wins the presidency. The Republican presidential nominee made the threat -- an unprecedented break with U.S. political decorum -- in the middle of the second presidential debate, held Sunday in St. Louis. It came as Clinton, the Democratic nominee, said it is "awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country." That drew applause in a town hall-style debate that was supposed to be free of audience participation. A few moments earlier, Trump had said he'd instruct his attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor who would investigate the tens of thousands of emails that Clinton deleted when she was secretary of state.


Trump and Clinton square off again tonight — this time with jokes

Mashable

Less than 24 hours after their final debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are going toe-to-toe once again. SEE ALSO: Stressed out after the debates? The presidential hopefuls will both be at the Alfred E. Smith dinner, an annual charity function that the candidates attend by tradition. Clinton and Trump will reportedly sit just one seat away from each other, separated by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the head of the Catholic Church in New York. Don't worry though, the event is going to be televised.