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Fact checking the fourth GOP Debate

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Donald Trump reacts during Republican presidential debate at Milwaukee Theatre, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)
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Donald Trump reacts during Republican presidential debate at Milwaukee Theatre, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)

Candidates made a lot of claims about the state of the US economy. Some were true, but some might have been a bit of a stretch.

Tuesday night's forum was very different from debates past. Noticeably absent were the personal attacks that were a staple of the last few. Instead, the candidates clashed on a series of economic subjects like tax plans, jobs and minimum wage. 

In addition, candidates made a lot of claims about the state of the US economy. Some were true, and some might have been a bit of a stretch. 

Politifact editor Angie Holan poured over statements made by the presidential hopefuls. She shared her findings with Take Two. 

Press the blue play button above to hear more. 

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