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How the Networks Are Covering Sunday’s Town Hall Debate

Sunday night’s second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has taken on added drama with Friday night’s release of Trump’s vulgar comments about a women–and women in general–from 2005. Here’s how the broadcast and cable networks plan to cover the debate. Some plans have not been finalized, and we will update as we receive details from the networks:...
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