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Eight Republicans prepare for primary debate overshadowed by Trump absence


Eight rivals for the Republican nomination for the White House take part in a first TV primary debate on Wednesday but much of the focus is likely to be on an absentee, with Donald Trump, hit by a series of legal woes, deciding not to take part.

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