Surprise: There Was A Lot Of Policy Talk At The Final Presidential Debate : The NPR Politics Podcast President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred over immigration, energy, and pandemic policy in the final presidential debate. But in race with historically stable polling, the debate had few surprises and seems unlikely to change the state of the race.

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Surprise: There Was A Lot Of Policy Talk At The Final Presidential Debate

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Surprise: There Was A Lot Of Policy Talk At The Final Presidential Debate

Surprise: There Was A Lot Of Policy Talk At The Final Presidential Debate

Surprise: There Was A Lot Of Policy Talk At The Final Presidential Debate

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President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred over immigration, energy, and pandemic policy in the final presidential debate. But in race with historically stable polling, the debate had few surprises and seems unlikely to change the state of the race.

Read Our Coverage Of The Debate

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