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The Federal Commission should cancel the third debate

The Federal Election Commission has remarkably failed in its responsibility to organize fair debates. The "town hall" was more formal than a classical debate and the absence of table allowed the Republican Candidate to literally circumvent the Democratic candidate. That is on the form. On the substance, the inability of the debaters to ensure that a minimum of politeness, decency and respect presides to the debates has allowed them to become a butchery from Donald Trump on Hillary Clinton, a direct proof of his bullying temperament.
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