'Today' Sets Date, Details for Donald Trump Town Hall

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The Republican presidential candidate will sit down for a one-on-one interview with Matt Lauer prior to the New Hampshire discussion, which Hillary Clinton participated in earlier this month.

NBC's Today show has set the date and details of its upcoming town hall with Donald Trump, which the morning show announced during its town hall with Hillary Clinton earlier this month.

On Oct. 26, Trump will be the second presidential candidate to participate in the Today forum, sitting down for a one-on-one interview with Today co-host Matt Lauer before Lauer moderates the town hall.

The town hall will be broadcast live from New Hampshire on Today that Monday morning.

Trump will also take questions submitted via social media during the town hall. NBC News said inquires can be sent to Today on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #TrumpTODAY.

On Oct. 5, Lauer's co-host Savannah Guthrie moderated a town hall with Democratic frontrunner Clinton.