A week ago tonight, the Democratic presidential debate was held on NBC.
Tonight, the GOP presidential debate will be held in Florida.
Both will be broadcast live on CNN.
Tonight’s debate will also include three GOP candidates in the top two finishers in the first round of voting: Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, and Donald Trump.
Tonight also will be the final debate for the CNBC moderators, so all of their coverage will be available for you to watch.
Here’s how to watch the Republican debate tonight.
Start with the first debate.
It’s scheduled for 6 p.m.
The debate will take place live on CNBC, with moderator Chris Matthews on the screen.
Follow all of the debate’s key takeaways.
Watch the CNBC anchors, with host Chris Wallace and senior political analyst David Gregory.
Tune in to see what other moderators will be doing during the debate.
Watch CNN’s live blog of the event, starting at 6:30 p.y.
Follow the candidates and moderators in the debate hall.
Follow CNN on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates.
Watch for the main candidates to start their speeches.
If they’re talking about anything other than their own issues, tune in for the candidates to address it.
Watch a preview of tonight’s debate at 5:45 p., followed by a preview from 5:55 p.
In addition to the main debates, the CNN-YouTube Live Blog will offer live streaming of the entire event for those who have an online connection.
WATCH: Trump’s First Debate with Bernie Sanders: Watch the Full Video of Bernie Sanders on Thursday at 9 p.M.
Here are highlights from Trump’s debate with Bernie Sander: The candidates were asked questions about a wide range of issues, including the economy, the border wall, immigration, the economy and health care.
Some of the candidates have taken some hits on their policies in the debates.
Sanders criticized the Clinton campaign’s use of Super PACs and the media as “the enemy of the American people.”
He also questioned the notion that the Republican primary was about Donald Trump and that it should be about Bernie Sanders.
“In the last five weeks, what has become clear is that Donald Trump is the front-runner for the Republican nomination, and Hillary Clinton is not the front runner for the Democratic nomination,” Sanders said.
He also said the Republicans are the party of billionaires, while Democrats are the “party of ordinary people.”
Watch Trump and Sanders spar over trade and jobs.
Watch Sanders respond to a question about the U.S. trade deficit with China.
Watch Trump respond to Sanders’ question about his stance on immigration.
Watch Rubio and Bush respond to questions about their views on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Watch Carson respond to Bush’s question about how the U,S.
is a “nation of immigrants.”
WATCH: Carson’s First-ever Debate: Listen to His Speech and Watch the First Debate in HD.
WATCH the full debate from 11 p.t. to 3 a.m., and the second debate from 3 a,m.
to 5 a.t., from CNBC and CNN.
Watch all of CNN’s coverage of the Democratic and Republican presidential debates, as well as the debate in HD, starting now.
Watch today’s full debate and watch all the highlights at 5 p.s.