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Can Clinton extend her debate win?

Hillary Clinton was fortunate in three respects with regard to the first presidential debate: It came on a Monday (allowing the story to play out without interruption); there is now a significant break until the next one on Oct. 9 (again, allowing the debate to dominate coverage); and, most important, Donald Trump is having a public […]
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