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Debate Night Disillusion: Millennials want Pragmatism

By, Molly McElwee More than 84 million people tuned in to watch the first Presidential Debate of the 2016 race, making it the most watched in debate history. That number does not include the thousands of people glued to the coverage at watch parties, which were hosted across the country. At the Millennial Action Project and Party Politics DC watch party we heard from millennials prior to the debate and former National Press Secretary at Bernie 2016, Symone D.
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