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  • Stretch marks showed on CNN debate

    Associated Press - 09/17/2015

    “I woke up this morning and turned on my set and half expected to see the 11 of them still up there yammering,” said Alan Schroeder, professor at Northeastern University and author of “Presidential Debates: 50 Years of High-Risk TV.”

    Wednesday’s three-hour debate, which came after a two-hour preliminary event involving low-polling candidates, is the longest such contest in the modern media era, Schroeder said. Most presidential debates are either 90 minutes or two hours.

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