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The first of three of socially distanced debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden takes place on Tuesday night in Ohio. Tens of millions of Americans will get a close up look at the Republican and Democratic candidates hoping to win the presidential election on 3 November. But what will it take for one of them to come out on top? The BBC’s Anthony Zurcher gives us The Lowdown on what to expect from a contest that’s likely to get personal.BBC News YouTube Channel
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