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Video: Trump vs. Clinton - what do Germans think?

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Video: Trump vs. Clinton - what do Germans think?
16:09 CEST+02:00
The Local ventured out onto the streets of Berlin to ask Germans for their opinions on the two major US Presidential candidates.

On Tuesday November 8th, the US citizens will head to the polling station to decide who will become their 45th President.

Even considering recent revelations of Trump's comments on sexual assault, the result is by no means a foregone conclusion. The polls still do not agree on predicting a winner. 

Although they won't have a say - unless they're also an American citizen - the results will still impact Germans.

On November 9th, the same day that saw the fall of the Berlin Wall 27 years ago, people may well wake up to find a new President of the USA, who has a plan to build an even bigger wall.

Take a look at this video to see what Berliners think:

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