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Al Jazeera 23 Oct 2020

Who's more convincing Trump or Biden?

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US President Donald Trump and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden have held their second and final debate, less than two weeks before the election.
The threat of having their microphones muted largely deterred interruptions - making for a less chaotic event than the first.
They still sparred about the coronavirus response, racism in America and accused each other of corruption.
So, how's Covid-19 shaping the presidential race in the US?
And is either candidate convincing?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra

Guests
Adolfo Franco, Republican Strategist and former adviser to senator John McCain
Rick Wilson, Co-Founder of The Lincoln Project
Clark Plexico, former North Carolina State Democrat Senator and elected delegate to the National Democratic Convention.


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With the November 3rd U.S. presidential election just days away, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump nationally in the polls, but only by a razor-thin margin in key states. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the latest on both campaigns and the millions of votes already cast.

Produced by: Bronwyn Benito
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