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The Second Presidential Debate, 2016

Mostly SSDD.Interrupting each other again, but this time a bit less of that...especially by Clinton. Both candidates regularly exceeded their response time limits, and did so while talking over the moderators' pleas to stop. The same amount of personal sniping at each other was present...of little to no interest to us, and completely unprofessional. A tiny bit more discussion of the issues, but that primarily was due to audience questions.
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