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Donald Trump has, in fact, condemned white supremacy repeatedly. In the exchange everyone is quoting from last night, he repeatedly said he was willing to do so. The fact that this has been obscured is journalistic malpractice.

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JUST IN: Statement from the Commission on Presidential Debates: "Last night’s debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues.”

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Joe Biden on President Trump and last night's debate: "It was a national embarrassment."

It’s sort of wild how many people miss the obvious, which is that Trump’s cruelty appeals disproportionately to *men* across socioeconomic lines.

Reporter: “Do you find that concerning, the president's refusal last night during the debate to condemn white supremacist groups?" Sen. Tim Scott: “I think he misspoke. I think he should correct it. If he doesn't correct it, I guess he didn't misspeak."

@RepAdamSchiff  reacts to last night’s debate, saying he saw “an attack on our democracy… I think the remedy here is Americans doing their civic duty and turning out in such massive numbers that the election isn’t even close.”

Bob Woodward on Pres. Trump: "I don't want to overstate this, but he is assassinating the presidency."

Fox News viewers can't expect to literally believe what host Tucker Carlson says on TV, according to the network's own lawyers and a federal judge who dismissed a slander lawsuit against him.

Six in 10 debate watchers say Joe Biden won tonight in CNN's post-debate poll #Debates2020 

Biden says he understands why undecided voters who watched the first debate would feel completely turned off by politics: "Maybe I shouldn't say this, but the president of the United States conducted himself the way he did — I think it was just a national embarrassment"