Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the first presidential debate Sept. 26. When the two meet Sunday, they’ll be fielding questions from undecided voters seated nearby. In an added dose of unpredictability, the format allows the candidates to move around the stage, putting them in unusually close proximity to each other.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the first presidential debate Sept. 26. When the two meet Sunday, they’ll be fielding questions from undecided voters seated nearby. In an added dose of unpredictability, the format allows the candidates to move around the stage, putting them in unusually close proximity to each other. Joe Raedle AP
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the first presidential debate Sept. 26. When the two meet Sunday, they’ll be fielding questions from undecided voters seated nearby. In an added dose of unpredictability, the format allows the candidates to move around the stage, putting them in unusually close proximity to each other. Joe Raedle AP

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