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  • Is it a debate moderator’s job to fact-check?

    When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage in New York on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, they could be the only ones fact checking each other. After an incident involving CNN’s Candy Crowley in the 2012 election, journalists serving as debate moderators might be much slower to correct the candidates in front of millions of Americans - but is that a good thing?

When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage in New York on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, they could be the only ones fact checking each other. After an incident involving CNN’s Candy Crowley in the 2012 election, journalists serving as debate moderators might be much slower to correct the candidates in front of millions of Americans - but is that a good thing? McClatchy
When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage in New York on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, they could be the only ones fact checking each other. After an incident involving CNN’s Candy Crowley in the 2012 election, journalists serving as debate moderators might be much slower to correct the candidates in front of millions of Americans - but is that a good thing? McClatchy

Ready for the debate? What you need to know about Clinton-Trump face-off

September 26, 2016 11:38 AM

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