By David Hylton
During the one-hour forum, Clinton and Trump will be on stage back-to-back taking questions on national security, military affairs and veterans issues, according to NBC News. The audience will be mostly veterans and active service members.
Then, less than three weeks later is the first of three presidential debates. Here's a look at the debate schedule:
- Monday, Sept. 26, moderated by NBC News' Lester Holt. The first debate, held at Hofstra University, will be divided into six segments of about 15 minutes each to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week ahead of the debate.
- Sunday, Oct. 9, moderated by Martha Raddatz, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and Co-Anchor of ABC's "This Week," and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper. The debate at Washington University in St. Louis will take on a town hall style, which includes questions from the audience.
- Wednesday, Oct. 19, moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. The debate at UNLV will take on the similar style of the first debate.
The one and only vice presidential debate will be held Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Longwood University in Farmville. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano will be the moderator. The debate will be divided into nine time segments about 10 minutes each.