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US presidential debate: Can’t protect countries that don’t pay us, says Donald Trump

Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump concluded the first presidential debate by saying they will accept the outcome if the other wins.

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Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump took on each other in a high stakes presidential debate that could shift the course of the neck-and-neck 2016 campaign for the White House.

The moderator of the debate was Lester Holt of NBC News.

As the debate opened, they put forward competing visions for the US economy. Clinton went on the attack against Republican Donald Trump at the start of the first one-on-one US presidential debate, accusing him of pushing economic policy that favoured the rich at the expense of the middle class.

Hillary Clinton said that Donald Trump is the man who has called woman “pigs, slobs and dogs.” However, Trump said, : It’s not nice that Clinton has spent millions on negative ads.”

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WATCH VIDEO: US Presidential Debate: Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump Take On Each Other

The highly anticipated clash between the Democratic former secretary of state and Republican real estate tycoon has generated wide interest nationally and internationally six weeks before the November 8 election. Opinion polls show the two candidates in a very tight race.

The size of the television-viewing audience was expected to challenge the record of 80 million Americans who watched 1980’s encounter between Democratic President Jimmy Carter and Republican Ronald Reagan. Some commentators forecast Super Bowl-sized viewership of about 100 million people.

Both candidates concluded the first presidential debate by saying they will accept the outcome if the other wins.

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