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'New York Times' Editor: 'We Owed It To Our Readers' To Call Trump Claims Lies

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NBC's Lester Holt will moderate the Sept. 26 debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. Trump mistakenly called Holt "a Democrat," suggesting that he and other debate moderators would be "unfair." In fact, Holt is a registered Republican. Andy Kropa/Andy Kropa /Invision/AP hide caption

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What Does Trump's Promise Of A Nation 'Under One God' Really Mean?

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Axelrod Says Clinton 'Penchant For Privacy' Made Health Concerns A Bigger Story

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Is Arizona A Swing State This Year?

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