Democrat presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton visits the set of Tonight Show while her Republican counterparts battle each other in this month's GOP presidential debate. Now, here is the latest update about the 2016 presidential election.
Clinton's appearance on Tonight Show's January 14 episode coincides with Republican presidential debate on the same night. Last year, Clinton did exactly the same thing. She visited Fallon's show when GOP candidates battled in the CNN-sponsored presidential talks.
Tonight Show will be broadcasted live just after the GOP hopefuls wrap up the debate from the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center in South Carolina. When Clinton last visited the show, she explained her side of the recent email scandal, which threatened her presidential candidacy.
On Jan. 11, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump will also visit the Tonight Show, just three days before Clinton's appearance. Trump's last visit on the show brought hundreds of viewers, and the program got its best Friday night ratings in 18 months.
Meanwhile, Fox Business Network announced the moderators of the first Republican Debate this year. Anchors Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo is set to be in the middle of discussions on the primary event, while Trish Regan and Sandra Smith will oversee the "undercard" debate.
The primetime debate will begin at 9 p.m. ET while the undercard round is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET. On Monday, Lou Dobbs Tonight will announce the qualified candidates on each debate. Watch the announcement live on January 11 at 7 p.m. ET.
The last GOP debate featured certain candidates like neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Businessman Donald Trump, who wants to be banned by British government from entering UK.
Trump is the front-runner in the pack of Republican candidates. He gobbles up more than a third of primary support based on the recent surveys. On the other end, candidates such as George Pataki and Rick Santorum have failed to garner even 1 percent.
Fox-Business-sponsored debate will follow a similar format to the network's inaugural debate. The candidates are expected to talk about their opinions on economic, domestic and international policy issues.
The Jan. 14 debate will be the second primary debate for Fox Business Network, which hosted the November GOP debate that earned a record of 13.5 million viewers.
Stay tuned with Gospel Herald for more updates about the 2016 presidential election.