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Donald Trump’s Aggressive Debate–and the Election’s Unchanged Dynamic

Rodell Mollineau: Mr. Trump missed an opportunity to connect with regular voters; this was most notable in his non-answers to the Islamic woman and African-American man in the audience who asked questions.
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