US Presidential Election: Republicans want Trump to quit

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will once again face each other for the second presidential debate, 2016. The Democratic presidential nominee, Clinton, was seen as the clear winner of the first round of the debate.

Some of the key things to watch out for the second round of debate are: impact of the Trump tape and of Clinton's Wall Street speeches and what lessons both the rivals learnt from the first round.


What time does the debate start?

To know more about the timings and details of the second presidential debate, 2016, read here:

Trump faces tough task

It is definitely going to be much harder for Trump to beat his rival this time, say experts. It would be a riveting bout, after the revelation on Friday of a tape of Trump talking lewdly about women and the apparent disclosure of portions of Clinton's Wall Street speeches, but stakes are clearly in favour of the Democratic presidential nominee.

Trump losing friends fast

According to The New York Times, Senator John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, withdrew his support on Saturday for Trump as the Republican Party descended into chaos.

Moreover, Trump came under fire from several of his party leaders after a bombshell 2005 recording came to light in which he made vulgar comments about women.

Donald is defiant

Amid growing calls to quit, Trump says he will never drop out of the race to be president. According to BBC, Trump said he would never let his supporters down.

This is what Trump tweeted about the opposition he is facing currently:

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