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The Second Presidential Debate: Live-Drawing by Edward Steed

On Sunday night, the cartoonist Edward Steed will be live-drawing the Presidential town-hall debate for The New Yorker. Interruptions, wild accusations, and insincere apologies will all be covered, and if, on the off chance some policy is discussed, that’s fair game, too. Follow along on our Twitter and Instagram accounts as you watch. Or, if you’ve decided that, instead of watching and clicking and scrolling, you want to try out one of those cool isolation chambers, you can see all the drawings on Monday.
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