Presidential debate as it happened: Trump, Joe Biden clash over North Korea, Amy Coney Barrett and coronavirus

A quieter Trump and a well-drilled Biden faced off in the last presidential debate.

With just 11 days left until election day, US President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden faced off in Nashville, Tennessee, for the final presidential debate. The debate was divided into six 15-minute segments: fighting COVID-19; American families; race in America; climate change; national security; and leadership. It was moderated by NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker. Welker was the first black woman to serve as the moderator of a presidential debate since Carole Simpson in 1992. The election will be held on November 3 but early postal voting has already begun in some states. Voter turnout is expected to reach record levels year, with some experts predicting that the number of people voting either in person or by mail could exceed 145 million.

Presidential debate as it happened: Trump, Joe Biden clash over North Korea, Amy Coney Barrett and coronavirus

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