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Monday's presidential debate was censored in China — but that didn't stop people from watching

Donald Trump opened Monday's presidential debate by blaming China for stealing jobs from America, devaluing its currency, and using the US as a "piggy bank." The Republican presidential nominee has repeated the accusations throughout his campaign, making the election and the presidential debate of keen interest to a small, but passionate Chinese audience. Strict censorship in the country prevented mainstream Chinese media from live-broadcasting the debate, and the "Great Firewall" blocks Chinese people from accessing Twitter, Facebook, and other US social media outlets.
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