How the first debate of the 2016 presidential race unfolded.
Here’s a look at the key moments from the first Republican debate in St. Louis on Oct. 4.
The first debate took place at the University of Missouri-Columbia, which is located in St Louis.
It featured two candidates, Republican Donald Trump and Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Both candidates were debating on their respective issues, including tax reform and the economy.
Trump and Sanders traded barbs over the course of the debate, including Trump claiming that his taxes are “not very high.”
Sanders accused Trump of being a “serial philanderer” and Trump accused Sanders of being “the greatest liar ever to run for president.”
The candidates exchanged insults, including one exchange in which Sanders asked Trump to put his hands on his genitals.
The candidates then exchanged insults as they were walking toward the debate stage.
After a heated exchange about whether or not the United States should intervene in Syria, Sanders asked the audience to boo the president.
The two candidates then moved to another topic, including whether or also whether the U.S. should go after the Islamic State group, which has seized swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria.
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