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Daniel Twining: Trump is all but out, so how will Clinton steer US foreign policy?

The final debate between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump on the night of Oct. 19 reminded most Americans why only one of them is fit to be president.

Hillary Clinton walks off stage as Donald Trump looks on at the end of the third U.S. presidential debate, held on Oct. 19 in Las Vegas.   © Getty Images

Fundamentally, that judgment has nothing to do with their policy positions and everything to do with the fact that Trump refused to commit to honoring the results of the election should he lose.

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