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Who Won the Debate? Experts Weigh In

NYTimes.com Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Elizabeth Warren drew praise for her grasp of policy, and Kamala Harris had some of the night’s best lines. Joe Biden? Strong start, but a stumble over race.
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