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A tale of two Town Halls

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden squared off Thursday night — but from miles away, in dueling “town halls” on rival TV networks.

Both candidates faced inquisitive voters on separate stages in different cities Thursday night in a substitute for the originally planned debate.

Donald Trump discussed his nominee for Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett, and their conversation before his decision. 

Biden also spoke of Barrett's nomination and her confirmation hearings earlier this week.

Trump and Biden will meet face to face next Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020.

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