Final US presidential debate: ‘A win for Trump’
01 November 2020 | 11:00 am
Donald Trump and Joe Biden sparred for the last time before election day. While both candidates had their moments, Trump fared better with an unusually calm performance. DW correspondent Carla Bleiker gives an analysis.
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