Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds Kellen Campbell of Denver, right, and Evelyn Keane, of Castle Rock, Colo., during a campaign rally, Friday, July 29, 2016, in Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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The commission was responding to complaints from Trump and other Republicans that the debate dates -- Monday, Sept. 26, Sunday, Oct. 9, and Wednesday, Oct. 19 -- should be changed because two of them conflicted with televised National Football League games.The commission, established in 1987 to organize and manage the presidential debates, said it is impossible to avoid all sporting events when scheduling the debates. It added that the debates have never been rescheduled because of such conflicts.
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