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Rich Lowry, editor of the conservative National Review, tells TODAY that at Tuesday night’s chaotic presidential debate, “Joe Biden did his share of interrupting, but it was Donald Trump who was obviously the main offender.” Former Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill says “it was Donald Trump who decided that this wasn’t going to be a debate. He was a bully and he was cruel.”