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Where to watch the second presidential debate in Pittsburgh

It’s round two of Hillary vs. Donald — don’t miss it.

Updated 3:41 p.m. Oct. 7

Whatever Donald Trump thinks of his second debate with Hillary Clinton, you’re going to hear about it.

The Republican presidential candidate will be in Beaver County, at Ambridge High School, on Monday, the day after his second round of debates with Clinton, a Democrat.

That’s all the more reason to watch Sunday’s debate.

And this time, you can submit questions — and vote on which will be used — online before the debate, The Atlantic reported.

But you should expect a question on nuclear policy from moderator Martha Raddatz and a hands-off approach from her counterpart, Anderson Cooper, according to this article from The Washington Post’s The Fix.

After the first debate, The Incline asked six experts from universities in Pittsburgh to predict the final debate score and five of the six said Clinton would win the debates 3-0, but one expert said Trump would win one of the three. (Maybe that night is Sunday?)

Here’s a roundup of places to watch. And if we missed one, email us at tips@theincline.com (subject: Debate Party).

Bado’s Pizza Grill
307 Beverly Rd. (Mount Lebanon)
8:30 to 11 p.m.

CMU
Doherty Hall, room 1212 (Squirrel Hill North)
8 to 11 p.m.
This watch party is organized by NextGen Climate Pennsylvania and Roosevelt at CMU.

The Encore on 7th apartments’ lounge
100 7th St. (Central business district)
8 to 11 p.m.

Point Park University’s Center for Media Innovation
305 Wood St. (Central Business District)
8 to 11 p.m.

Predestined Silk Screen and Embroidery
812 Mcclure St. (Homestead)
5 to 11 p.m.

Wood Towers Community Center
810 Wood St. (Wilkinsburg)
8 to 10:30 p.m.

Working America at Satalio’s
27 Bailey Ave. (Mount Washington)
8 to 11 p.m.
Food provided; cash bar with debate-inspired drinks. All welcome. RSVPs appreciated.
Contact: Ethan West, 412-377-8711. Dereck Thomas, 412-304-1888.

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