The stage is set for Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton to face off in what could be the defining moment of the 2016 campaign.
The two candidates will meet tonight at their first presidential debate which is being described as the most passionately anticipated moment in modern US political history.
It’s estimated that some 100-million viewers will tune in to listen to and measure the candidates for the first time on the same stage together.
They will also be anticipating the candidates debating several pertinent issues, one of which is the racial tensions currently affecting the country.
The faceoff begins at 9 pm ET.
There will be a total of three presidential debates and one face-off between the two vice-presidential candidates, Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence.