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TV audience for vice presidential debate about half that of Trump-Clinton

The television audience for Tuesday’s U.S. vice presidential debate between Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine is expected to be 40 million to 50 million – in line with previous such matchups, according to media reports on Wednesday. The Hollywood Reporter, citing preliminary...
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