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A Note to Sunday's Debate Hosts: Focus on Trump's Actions, Not His Words

Obviously Pussygate has to be addressed at tomorrow's debate. In theory, all the questions will come from the audience, but I'm assuming the moderators will open things up with a question or two of their own. My recollection—possibly mistaken—is that this is how past town-hall style debates have worked. I hope so, anyway, because that will give them a chance to ask Trump the right question.
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