ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Washington University’s campus in St. Louis was bustling with news media and students alike ahead of Sunday evening’s second Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The atmosphere was party-like, with music blasting, students chanting and cheering, and political signs and students in costumes decorating the sidewalks.
KMOX’s Michael Calhoun caught up with CBS correspondents Steve Chaggaris and Steven Portnoy ahead of the excitement via Facebook Live, as well as local politicos Republican Tyler Holman and Democrat Braxton Payne:
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Here’s what being on the Spin Room floor is like immediately following a presidential debate — hectic, and a little cramped:
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