FACT CHECK: Claims from President Trump, Joe Biden's final debate
With Trump trailing and needing to change the campaign's trajectory, the debate could prove pivotal though more than 47 million votes already have been cast and there are fewer undecided voters than at this point in previous election years. The debate did not feature the repeated angry interruptions of the candidates' other showdown, the men engaged in a series of clashes.
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So who won the debate?
That question may not be answered fully until Nov. 3, but we're asking how you felt about the candidates' performance tonight.
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