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 Republican Donald Trump (L) and Democrat Hillary Clinton (R) during the first Presidential Debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, USA, 26 September 2016. The only Vice Presidential debate will be held on 04 October in Virginia, and the second and third Presidential Debates will be held on 09 October in Missouri and 19 October in Nevada. EPA/RICK WILKING

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