Clinton and Trump Meet in Second General Election Debate

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This combination of file photos shows the silhouettes of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.  (Photo: desk/AFP/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump return to the stage Sunday night for the second presidential debate of the general election. The town hall-style forum at Washington University in St. Louis will use questions from the audience of undecided voters and from moderators Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper. We discuss the debate and how the candidates fared.

More Information:

KQED's Election Guide

NPR's Fact Check of the Debate

Guests:

Kenneth Goldstein, professor of politics, University of San Francisco; polling analyst, Bloomberg Politics

Melinda Jackson, associate professor and chair of the political science department, San Jose State University

Beth Reinhard, national politics reporter, Wall Street Journal

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