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Opinion: When debate interruptions turn into bullying

“I was so upset after the presidential and vice presidential debates, I couldn’t sleep,” a friend told me on a Zoom call. “I’m going to have PTSD!” The tenor of both faceoffs deeply disturbed me, as well.

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“I was so upset after the presidential and vice presidential debates, I couldn’t sleep,” a friend told me on a Zoom call. “I’m going to have PTSD!” The tenor of both faceoffs deeply disturbed me, as well.

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