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A team of New York Times journalists are fact-checking the debate, providing context and analysis.
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The first matchup between President Trump and Joe Biden was chaotic. Their final meeting was a more sedate affair.
Viewers saw a notably different version of President Trump on Thursday from the one at the first debate. He didn’t interrupt Joe Biden as much, and he returned to some of his central messages.
The Democratic nominee spoke of Americans lost to the coronavirus, parried attacks over his son and proceeded cautiously on immigration.
If voters reject him next month, this will be the chief reason: The 2020 campaign is different, and Donald Trump is not.
In a more restrained appearance, President Trump depicted Joseph R. Biden Jr. as an ineffectual Washington insider. Mr. Biden accused the president of heartlessness for separating migrant families and inflaming racial tensions.
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The assessment, which the agency has moderate confidence in, buttresses earlier findings that the Russian president supports President Trump’s re-election.
From Saturday to Nov. 1, city voters can cast their ballots at their assigned sites. Absentee ballots can also be dropped off at those sites.