Fri. Mar 5th, 2021

The final live TV debate in the US Presidential election exposed once again the bitter divisions of the campaign, as Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden clashed over coronavirus, racial equality and allegations of corruption.

Despite the candidates’ bitter rivalry, the debate in Nashville, Tennessee was significantly more restrained than their first head-to-head last month.

Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by North America editor Jon Sopel.

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