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The Best Debate Format

The best presidential debate format would have next to no format. Put the two candidates on a stage. No moderator. No audience. Between them on a coffee table will be a stack of cards, face down. The cards can be shuffled just after the candidates are introduced. Each card will have an issue that the candidates have agreed is important. They take turns drawing a card and then discuss the issue for as long as they choose.
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