Fox News’ Chris Wallace will moderate the third presidential debate on Oct. 19 – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s final face-off before the November election.
To watch, tune in at 9 p.m. to Fox News Channel.
The debate also will be streamed live on FoxNews.com and the Fox News app.
The topics selected for the debate, announced Wednesday night on Fox News, include: debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and fitness to be president.
The debate, at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, comes at a pivotal point in the race, with the Republican nominee increasingly at odds with leaders of his own party in the wake of a leaked-tape controversy while stepping up his attacks on Clinton.
Those attacks have been energized by the leak of thousands of emails from Clinton’s campaign chairman, including revealing passages from the Democratic nominee’s paid speeches and other details.
The final debate – finally fair & balanced. Fox News’ Chris Wallace moderates, Wednesday, Oct. 19th at 9p ET on Fox News Channel. pic.twitter.com/PVhWO8YABR
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Wallace, the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” moderated previous Republican primary debates alongside Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier.