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US Presidential Candidates Spar Over Policy, Trade Insults

VOA News Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Combative debate confrontation opens final leg of race to November 3 election
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President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden have bitterly clashed in their first 2020 presidential debate, during which they traded insults and personal attacks. The US president repeatedly talked over the moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News, and former Vice President Biden, who...

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