3 Takeaways From the Second Trump-Biden Debate

Last night, President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden debated for the second and final time before the election. With fewer than two weeks to go, Biden is leading solidly in the national polling, although Trump is close enough in the swing states to be within striking distance of a second term. Naturally, there was a fair bit riding on last night’s spectacle, with Trump needing to induce a mistake on the part of his opponent notable enough to move the polls and Biden simply needing to hang tight as the clock ticks down. How did it go?

Here are three key takeaways from the debate:

  1. Trump Was Notably Disciplined and On-Message Relative to the First Debate.
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Heroes Media Group Covers Army’s End of Futility

Baltimore, Md. – Fourteen years of football-futility ended Saturday afternoon at M&T Stadium as the Army Black Knights finally beat the Navy Midshipman.  Navy still maintains a .568 winning percentage in all competition between the two academies but the pinnacle of competition is football.  Navy dominance ended Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 in Baltimore with a 21-17 loss to the “long gray line.”

“I’m just happy for our seniors,” said Army’s Head Coach, Jeff Monken.  “The sense of pride that they will have to go on, having beaten Navy, having beaten our biggest rival in their senior year.  It’s great for everybody in that locker room.  I hope they enjoy it.”

Navy entered the game as the clear favorite, ranked 25…

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