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Campaigns Work to Influence Perception of Debate

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Campaigns Work to Influence Perception of Debate

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Campaigns Work to Influence Perception of Debate

Campaigns Work to Influence Perception of Debate

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When the candidates finished their closing statements last night, the first presidential debate was over, but the spinning had just begun. With so much riding on public perception of the debate, both campaigns invested heavily in trying to shape public perception of who won. Hear NPR's Juan Williams.

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