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On Thursday night, Joe Biden and Donald Trump took to the stage for the last time before the November election. And though more than 50 million Americans have already cast their ballots, some saw this as President Trump’s last chance to shift the direction of the race, which polls suggest favors Biden.
The two presidential contenders sparred on climate change, North Korea, immigration – and of course, the coronavirus and the enormous fall out from it.
What did we learn? Did it matter? And what’s the state of the race as we enter the final stretch?
Diane asked the Washington Post’s national political correspondent James Hohmann. He also writes the “Daily 202” newsletter.
- James Hohmann National political correspondent, The Washington Post; author of The Daily 202
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