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The second presidential debate, told through Hillary Clinton's faces

Hillary Clinton is known for keeping her composure throughout presidential debates, but her facial reactions tell the whole story. Throughout Sunday night's soon-to-be legendary Town Hall, Clinton was forced to respond to Trump's multiple attacks on her character, including a threat to prosecute her if he were elected president. Though she never yelled or raised her voice, her face said all that needed to be said.
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