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Clinton vs. Dole: The second 1996 presidential debate

PBS, 26 Sep 2020
The 1996 presidential election cycle featured incumbent President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, and Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas, the Republican nominee. The second and final debate was a 90-minute town hall, where uncommitted voters could ask questions on any topic. Moderated by Jim Lehrer of PBS, it took place on October 16, 1996, in San Diego, California.

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