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Sunday evening the bitter battled continued as the second debate of the 2016 presidential election offered little clarity as to why voters should choose either candidate. Critics say the the debate served more insults than isight as Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump continued in the battle of back and forth with one another. Donald Trump threatened Clinton saying if elected he would try to put her in jail.

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