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Preparing for the First Debate
The presidential election has uncovered sharp divisions in America: race, income, party, religion... the list goes on. As candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare to argue about how to bridge these gaps, Morning Edition and NPRs Steve Inskeep go to Atlanta, Georgia to watch the first presidential debate. Find out how voters opinions change before and after the debate.
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