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The gloves come off in the first debate

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump jabbed, mocked and interrupted one another on issues ranging from jobs to Islamic State to nuclear weapons to temperament during the first Presidential debate.

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