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Independent candidates left off debate stage

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Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson may be hovering around ten percent in national polls, but it is not enough to make the first presidential debate stage on Monday, making it unlikely for him to raise his national profile. Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee launched an app this week for users to share their contacts with the party and encourage their friends to vote.

Aired: 09/23/16

Rating: NR

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