Cutting mic won’t stop next train-wreck debate

In the wake of the chaotic first presidential debate, commentators have called for rule changes in hopes of making the remaining debates more useful for the public – namely, to give the moderator the power to silence candidates’ microphones. After the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates promised to add “additional structure” to “ensure a more

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