NEW YORK — Watch the upcoming debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton live on CNN.
The debate will be moderated by Anderson Cooper and will air on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m.
The candidates will be asked questions at a time when there will be a significant amount of focus on foreign policy, including the war in Syria, Iran and North Korea.
Trump and Clinton will face off in the first of two presidential debates, on Oct. 15.
The candidates are scheduled to appear on a national stage on the first night of the debate, Oct 16.
Clinton has had a hard time winning the public’s attention during her campaign.
She’s struggled to connect with the American people, and she has struggled to win votes in battleground states.
She has also struggled to explain how she would pay for her proposals.
While Clinton has focused on her economic policies, she’s also struggled in foreign policy.
Clinton has expressed support for an agreement between Iran and the P5+1 nations, but has struggled in terms of specifics, including where that deal should be reached.
On Tuesday, Trump has a much different approach to the Middle East.
He has vowed to rebuild America’s military and has proposed sending troops to the Persian Gulf, where a coalition of Arab and Muslim nations are trying to contain Iran.
As a candidate, Trump was more open to military involvement in the Middle Eastern conflicts than Clinton is now.
His plan for Iran, however, has drawn a lot of criticism.
Trump has also suggested that Iran might try to destroy the United States or other Western allies if that country doesn’t accept the agreement he and his allies have negotiated.