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Weekend roundup: Trump, Clinton face off in second Presidential debate, Hurricane Matthew

The second presidential debate started off at full speed after Donald Trump was asked about the leaked video of him making lewd remarks about what he would do to a woman. Cooper asked this after the first question, made by one of the audience members, who asked the candidates how they are an example to the younger generations. The topic of that tape is the #1 most talked about on Facebook for this election. As the debate moved forward Clinton’s emails, foreign policy and  the economy were main topics. You can read a full recap of the debate here.

Source: National Weather Service

Source: National Weather Service

Hurricane Matthew left a devastating through Haiti leaving over 500 dead and tens of thousands displaced, according to the Associated Press. Matthew made its way up the coast and into the Carolinas with torrential rainfall. As of noon Monday 22 people have been reported dead after major flooding occurred along the plains of North Carolina. You can read the full story here.

 

 

Photo by Keith Allison

Photo by Keith Allison

Monday night the Panthers will face off against the Buccaneers at home but will be missing one key player. The NFL reported that Cam Newton was officially ruled out of playing the game as he continues to go through concussion protocol. Derek Anderson, the backup QB for the past five years and has a 2-0 record against the Buccaneers and will play in his place. You can read more about Cam here.