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Joe Biden and Donald Trump have gone head-to-head for the last time before the US election on 3 November in the final television debate, helped by a mute button on the candidates’ microphones that prevented interruptions.
Squaring off in Nashville, Biden had to field aggressive questioning about his son’s business dealings and when Trump compared himself to Abraham Lincoln, the challenger branded his opponent ‘one of the most racist presidents we’ve had in modern history’. Here is a look back at the key moments

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