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5 things to know Wednesday

A nation looks at the brutal and chaotic first presidential debate

The night that voters across the United States had been waiting for finally arrived Tuesday night: Republican President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, went face-to-face for the first presidential debate. Unfortunately, the candidates spent most of their time during the 90-minute event trying to accumulate their points Frequent entries and exchanges back and forth mediator Chris Wallace Struggling to restrain them, especially Trump. The analysis and validation of the candidates’ claims is expected to continue on Wednesday. But one important moment can end up being scrutinized more intensely. Toward the end of the debate, Wallace asked Trump if he would be willing to condemn white supremacists and militia groups. Trump shunned the question, focusing more on “Antifa and the Left.” His response Energize the proud boysWell-known extremist group, one expert said.

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