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Trump spent the second debate lurking behind Hillary like a stalker.

The second 2016 presidential debate was held in a "town hall" style, which meant that voters could ask the candidates questions directly, and more importantly, that the candidates weren't stuck behind podiums. They were free to walk around the stage, and as many on social media noticed, Donald Trump in particular took full advantage. He spent much of the debate walking and standing behind Hillary Clinton as she spoke, gesturing to the crowd and staring dead-eyed at her like some kind of stalker.
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