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For Trump, that was a little too much congratulating.
The GOP nominee wasn't up to the task in first presidential debate.
Commentary across the nation panned the Republican's ill-tempered, ill-prepared ramblings, while Clinton drew mild, mixed reviews.
Their supporters might want to think again.
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