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Siobhán Brett: America braced for last debate and final fortnight

The race is not over - as the clock ticks, gloves are being shed by all parties

19th October, 2016
The scene is set in Vegas Pic: Getty

When I attended a rally for Donald Trump in August I was prepared to be exposed to, or to reach, some kind of unfathomable underbelly of his support and his campaign.

The candidate’s words were not about to shock me — I had heard them. The captioned merchandise wasn’t going to shock me — I had already seen photographs of every single stock keeping unit on Twitter. I was ready for something else....

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