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FILE - In this Sept. 26, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shake hands during the presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. For presidential candidates, the town hall debate is a test of stagecraft as much as substance. When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet in the Sunday, Oct.9, 2016, contest, they'll be fielding questions from undecided voters seated nearby. In an added dose of unpredictability, the format allows the candidates to move around the stage, putting them in unusually close proximity to each other.  (Joe Raedle/Pool via AP, File)
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Sharper Point: Here’s what’s going to happen during the second presidential debate

There’s a little more than a month until the general election and, between now and then, we’ll get to watch two more presidential debates.

The next one is Sunday and the country will once again watch as presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off in the national spotlight. This time, the pair will speak in a town hall-style event at Washington University in St. Louis.

Half the questions will come from the audience and the other half will come from moderators Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper.

Trump and Clinton will each be given two minutes to respond, but let’s be honest, that’s not going to happen.

They’re going to run rampant with whatever they want to say and probably won’t wait long to start ripping each other apart.

If you’re planning to watch football or, I don’t know, brush your hair, instead of watching the second debate on Sunday, I put together this preview. It should save you some time.

You can always turn into Arizona’s Morning News on Monday anyway. We’ll recap it all for you.

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