Juana Summers

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Politics editor at Mashable

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Last night's GOP debate was a more raucous affair than the first two. Sometimes the moderators seemed barely in control of the proceedings.

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Last night's GOP debate was a more raucous affair than the first two. Sometimes the moderators seemed barely in control of the proceedings.

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