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Video: Canadians offer a little debate advice for Trump and Clinton

The increasingly nasty campaign is nearing the end, but not before the opponents have a final prime time clash.

Donald Trump's airplane shares the tarmac with Hillary Clinton's campaign plane at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Donald Trump's airplane shares the tarmac with Hillary Clinton's campaign plane at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Canada is getting some attention in American election coverage this week with a social media campaign launched by a Toronto-based ad agency encouraging Canadians to tweet messages of support to their neighbours down south during an increasingly nasty campaign.

But, what if the whole thing could be just a little more reasonable?

Metro took to the streets of downtown Toronto, across from the city's Trump tower, to get people’s thoughts on (among other things) how a bit of polite political spirit could go a long way in Wednesday’s final debate.

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