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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s Second Presidential Debate: What You Need to Know

Less than a month before Election Day, presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face off in their second 90-minute debate of the election season on Sunday night in St. Louis. ABC News’s Martha Raddatz, co-anchor of This Week, and CNN’s Anderson Cooper, primary anchor of his own show, will co-host the debate at Washington University. The town-hall-style format will allow audience members to directly ask the candidates half of the questions.
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