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We're Liveblogging the First Presidential Debate of 2016

Liveblogging is so quaint, isn't it? Not like all this newfangled Twitter and Snapchat nonsense that the kids are into these days. But I haven't fully mastered the art of communicating in emojis or 140-character chunks, so Grampa Drum will keep on kicking it old school. The biggest buzz around this debate is the question of whether moderators should fact-check the candidates.
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