‘Murderers would come in, rapists would come in’ – Trump on catch and release policy failure

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    US President Donald Trump is taking on his Democratic opponent Joe Biden in Nashville in the pair’s last debate before next month’s election. It’s only their second time sharing the stage in a hotly contested race. FULL VIDEO: https://youtu.be/IfbKDL9tVxY

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