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US election: Joe Biden hits Donald Trump where it hurts - in the TV ratings

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 17 October 2020 ()
US election: Joe Biden hits Donald Trump where it hurts - in the TV ratingsIt's not the tally that really matters, but former VP Joe Biden has scored something of an upset over US President Donald Trump.In their duelling town halls, the Democratic presidential candidate reached more viewers on ABC than...
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