Wednesday on the NewsHour, the first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden devolves into chaos. Plus: How Trump and Biden are positioning their performance, Trump’s failure to denounce white supremacist groups, the significance of the debate’s unprecedented incivility and lack of substance, California’s wine country continues to burn and how the Philadelphia DA is mixing art and justice.
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How the first presidential debate devolved into chaos
What first debate tells us about Trump and Biden
What Trump’s response to white supremacist groups means
How much value does a chaotic debate yield for the voters?
News Wrap: Head of FAA takes test flight on Boeing’s 737 Max
Unrelenting fires continue to ravage Northern California
Philadelphia DA explores new role for arts in justice system
Author Steven Greenhouse on ‘Beaten Down, Worked Up’
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