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I feel like a kid in the candy store waiting for Sunday's Debate

The next Presidential Debate on Sunday is a type of dreamy event for experts in Nonverbal Communication. This is the debate that the candidates are not tethered to the podium or saddled in a chair. Many experts will be talking about body language or how the candidates use their bodies to reinforce or contradict their message, or send a competing message all together. Sunday's debate will already favor Hillary Clinton, her performance and demeanor from the first debate is propelling her confidence but this is her turf.
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I Feel Like A Kid In The Candy Store Waiting For Sunday's Debate

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The next Presidential Debate on Sunday is a type of dreamy event for experts in Nonverbal Communication. This is the debate that the candidates are not tethered to the podium or saddled in a chair. Many experts will be talking about...

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