Election day is less than one month away.
But before Americans cast their final vote on Tuesday, Nov. 8, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump meet in the second scheduled presidential debate Sunday night in St. Louis.
The debate comes days after a video from 2005 was leaked in which Trump can be heard making lewd comments about women. The GOP candidate received significant backlash from those within his party.
Sunday evening, Trump appeared with several women who have accused Bill Clinton of unwanted sexual advances and even rape, just 90 minutes before the Republican presidential nominee was stepping on the debate stage with the former president's wife.
The presidential debate at Washington University will be co-hosted by CNN's Anderson Cooper and ABC News' Martha Raddatz. The debate will be held in a town-hall-style format, in which the moderators and audience members also ask questions of the two candidates.
The debate is scheduled to last 90 minutes.
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Brady Bingham is a reporter with more than 25 years of journalism experience. Find Brady Bingham on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brady.bingham.92?ref=name or Twitter @BradyBingham.