Race for the White House: Pence and Harris in high-stakes VP debate

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    Julie Norman, lecturer at UCL, Center for US Politics, says this year’s vice presidential debate had greater import than usual, due to the advanced age of the president, Donald Trump, and his rival Joe Biden.

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