LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took to the stage at their second presidential debate Sunday night at Washington University in St. Louis.

It came just days after the release of a tape showing Trump making lewd comments about women, causing some Republicans to both pull their support for the candidate, and ask for him to step aside from the election. The comments were expected to be a hot-button topic of discussion between the candidates. 

Each candidate answered questions from undecided voters in a town hall style debate. Some questions were asked directly by citizens, others by the moderators, which were based on other topics.

Each candidate had two minutes to respond to the initial question, with a minute for the moderator to begin discussion. 

The debate was moderated by Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and Co-Anchor of "This Week" on ABC, Martha Raddatz, and CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper. 

You can watch a recap of the debate in full in the video player above.

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