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The First Presidential Debate: Watch The Disaster Live Here

Are you ready for this train wreck? The fool and the felon face off under the bright, glaring lights of media bias and nonsense. Be ready for outrageous outrages, boring talking points, and for the moderators to make more news than the candidates. That's my prediction. But see and judge for yourself right here, via PBS: Live at 9pm. Treat this as an open thread. | Read More » The post The First Presidential Debate: Watch The Disaster Live Here appeared first on RedState.
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