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This combination of file photos shows Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton (L) on June 15, 2016 and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on June 13, 2016.
This combination of file photos shows Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton (L) on June 15, 2016 and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on June 13, 2016.
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The presidential candidates debate for the last time tonight in Las Vegas. 

Moderating the event will be Chris Wallace. It's the first time that a Fox News anchor will moderate a presidential debate in the network's twenty year history.

The debate comes at a time when many media outlets face a tremendous amount of scrutiny. There are concerns about bias, and that is fueling the public's ire. 

One might wonder if the traditional rules about the press no longer apply.

For a look at the role of the press in the presidential race, Take Two spoke to Al Tompkins, senior broadcast faculty at The Poynter Institute.

Press the blue play button to hear the full interview.