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The First Presidential Debate, September, 2016

SSDD. A big yawn. As in past Presidential debates, the candidates stated they would (if elected) do this, that, & the other. There's little to no reason to believe anything other than this: when elected, one of them will do a couple of the things promised, but for the overwhelming majority of promises either nothing will be done, or the exact opposite will be done. The primary difference between this debate & others was the constant interrupting of each other by the candidates.
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