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Third US presidential debate: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off in Las Vegas

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Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton meet in Las Vegas for the third and final presidential debate, less than three weeks from election day.
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Las Vegas, Oct 20 (ANI): Republican candidate Donald Trump resists promising to accept election results as he and Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton parry each other's debate attacks, leaving open the possibility he would challenge the ultimate outcome.

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