First Trump-Biden presidential debate: Trump clashes with moderator – BBC News

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    Donald Trump has clashed with moderator Chris Wallace in his first presidential debate. Mr Trump – who typically favours Fox News – has previously dismissed Wallace as a “wannabe” of his father, Mike Wallace, who was an original reporter with CBS 60 Minutes.

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