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Preparations are complete at Washington University for the presidential debate (Credit: Russell Kinsaul) Preparations are complete at Washington University for the presidential debate (Credit: Russell Kinsaul)

Debate watch party held at Washington University

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A debate watch party was held at Washington University's Des Lee Concert Hall Sunday night.

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Presidential debate in STL: What you need to know

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Washington University is getting ready to host the second presidential debate Sunday night. Here’s what you need to know…

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Debate questioner Kenneth Bone becomes internet star

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, listens as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (Rick T. Wilking/Pool via AP) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, listens as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (Rick T. Wilking/Pool via AP)

One clear winner from the second presidential debate is a questioner whose mild-mannered appearance has made him an unlikely online star.

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Democrats, Republicans react to debate in 'Spin Alley'

Sen. Claire McCaskill in 'Spin Alley' after the debate at Washington University (Credit; KMOV) Sen. Claire McCaskill in 'Spin Alley' after the debate at Washington University (Credit; KMOV)
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Once the debate wrapped at Washington University Sunday night, both media and campaign officials hit “Spin Alley.”

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Trump threatens to jail Clinton if he wins election

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump listen during the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri.  Photo by Saul Loeb-Pool Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump listen during the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri. Photo by Saul Loeb-Pool

Donald Trump on Sunday night issued a remarkable threat against Hillary Clinton, telling the Democratic presidential nominee he would seek to imprison her if he was elected next month.

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Protesters gather in The Loop, march toward Wash U Video included

Protesters gather near Washington University hours before the presidential debate. (Credit: KMOV) Protesters gather near Washington University hours before the presidential debate. (Credit: KMOV)
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A group of protesters gathered in The Loop and shut down Delmar. The protesters marched towards Washington University where the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took place.

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Washington University students embrace insanity on campus

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The second Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump takes place in St. Louis at Washington University this Sunday.  It’s among the biggest events the campus has ever seen – largely due to the divisiveness between the two candidates. 

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Wash U students eager for Sunday's debate

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Some lucky Washington University students get to watch the Presidential Debate in person.

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Presidential debate venue ready to go

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Work is finally completed for the presidential debate at Washington University. The only thing left to do is a some rehearsal, for the candidates and the undecided voters who'll be in the audience and will have a chance to ask the candidates questions.

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The history of debates at Washington University

(KMOV.com) – On Sunday, the stage will be set for history to be made at the Presidential Debate. This will be Washington University’s 5th time hosting a debate, a record. News 4’s Matt Sczesny takes a look at the past four debates on campus. More>>

Sen. Claire McCaskill, Donna Brazile offer thoughts on debate

Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile offers her thoughts on Trump before the debate. Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile offers her thoughts on Trump before the debate.

(KMOV.com) – Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill and Donna Brazile, a veteran Democratic political strategist, offered their thoughts on what tonight’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may look like.

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Debate organizers still searching for 40 undecided voters

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Preparations for Sunday’s presidential debate at Washington University are wrapping up, but organizers are still searching for 40 undecided voters from the area to ask the candidates questions.

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Photos: Washington University Hosts Presidential Debate

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Secret Service first met with local police months ago to prepare for debate Video included

A lot of people are wondering if they can see the Presidential debate in person at Washington University (Credit: KMOV). A lot of people are wondering if they can see the Presidential debate in person at Washington University (Credit: KMOV).
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It’s no surprise to hear security will be tight for the Presidential Debate in St. Louis, but it is a surprise that the Secret Service is talking about their plans. 

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Wash U debate memorabilia shows how debates have changed over time Video included

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Hosting Presidential Debates is nothing new for Washington University in St. Louis, and there is the memorabilia to prove it. 

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Many wanting to know how to get Presidential debate ticket at Wash U

A lot of people are wondering if they can see the Presidential debate in person at Washington University (Credit: KMOV). A lot of people are wondering if they can see the Presidential debate in person at Washington University (Credit: KMOV).
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A lot of people have been wondering if they can see the Presidential debate in person at Washington University.

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'Public Expression Zone' set up for demonstrations outside debate site

Washington University prepares to host debate (KMOV) Washington University prepares to host debate (KMOV)
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With the presidential debate coming to St. Louis this weekend, it is likely demonstrators are not far behind. 

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'Public expression zone' set for Washington U. debate

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Washington University in St. Louis is not only preparing for the presidential candidates to come into town, but also the demonstrators who are likely to follow.

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Lincoln-Douglas 1858 debate in Alton compared to upcoming 2016 debate at Wash U

The 2016 Presidential debate at Washington University compared to Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas debate in Alton, Illinois in 1858 (Credit: KMOV). The 2016 Presidential debate at Washington University compared to Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas debate in Alton, Illinois in 1858 (Credit: KMOV).
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ALTON, Ill. (KMOV.com) – Washington University has held many Presidential debates in the past and the St. Louis area has also played host to one of the most famous debates in history. Abraham Lincoln went against Stephen Douglas, the incumbent U.S. Senator from Illinois, debated in Alton, Illinois in October, 1858. Don Huber, Alton, Ill. Township supervisor, says by 2016 standards, you would consider the Lincoln-Douglas debates a much more civilized showdown. During the 1858 ... More>>

Anticipation builds in Delmar Loop ahead of presidential debate Video included

Delmar Loop (Credit: KMOV) Delmar Loop (Credit: KMOV)
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While Washington University in St. Louis is busy preparing to play host to the presidential candidates for Sunday's debate, the surrounding neighborhoods are prepping for the thousands of media and campaign staff that follow them.

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Missouri no longer a swing state Video included

The debate at Washington University will likely be the only time the candidates for President visit Missouri during the 2016 campaign season (Credit: KMOV). The debate at Washington University will likely be the only time the candidates for President visit Missouri during the 2016 campaign season (Credit: KMOV).
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The debate at Washington University will likely be the only time the candidates for President visit Missouri this campaign season.     

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Wash U debate preparations focusing on 'equal everything' for candidates

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The move is designed to make sure neither candidate derives an advantage.

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Presidential debate preparations ramp up at Washington U. Video included

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In less than one week, St. Louis will become the political center of the country for one night when presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate at Washington University.

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Washington University prepares to host presidential debate Video included

Washington University officials believe it will cost between $4 million - 5 million to host the debate on Oct. 9 between Clinton and Trump. Credit: KMOV Washington University officials believe it will cost between $4 million - 5 million to host the debate on Oct. 9 between Clinton and Trump. Credit: KMOV
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It costs millions for Washington University to host a presidential debate

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St. Louis voters with disabilities working to be heard

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A St. Louis group was closely watching Monday night's presidential debate, hoping the candidates would address issues close to the disabled community.

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