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Trump and Biden to Be Muted for Parts of Next Debate

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Trump and Biden to Be Muted for Parts of Next Debate

Trump and Biden to Be Muted for Parts of Next Debate

The first debate between Biden and Trump turned chaotic when the two men, most notably, the president, kept interrupting their opponent.


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