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The Trump and Clinton campaigns outline what you should expect in Monday's titanic debate

HEMPSTEAD, New York — Top surrogates for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton outlined what they expect at Monday night's titanic debate in interviews with Business Insider earlier in the afternoon. Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said her campaign has prepared "for both" potential versions of Trump showing up — the combative and the docile versions of the Manhattan billionaire.
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