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Unprecedented Multipartisan Coalition Seeks Online Input for Next Presidential Debate

Click here for reuse options! CNN/ABC agree to look at top 30 questions before next town hall-style debate. In a presidential election pollsters say has brought the worst out in people—even causing 7 percent of voters to end friendships—an almost unthinkable coalition spanning the political spectrum has come together to compile the top questions people want asked at the next presidential debate.
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