US elections debate: Democrats vs Republicans

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It seems like the US presidential race has been going on for years (how long do their election campaigns last?), but it's into the final straight now — we're just days away from the result.

Will Donald Trump be able to win against all expectations? Or will Hillary Clinton hold on, and claim the prize that she's been waiting for her whole life?

One thing's for sure: this year's race for the US Presidency has surprised all the experts — including the big names on this panel.

Tonight's debate will feature speakers from both Republicans Overseas and Democrats Abroad, and be moderated by the founder of MORI, Sir Robert Worcester.

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