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Trump and Clinton look ahead to debates, as Trump tries to catch up in fundraising

August 26, 2016
Clinton and Trump prepare for their first debate face-off in September. Trump also tries to close his fundraising gap with Clinton.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton trade accusations of racism, Trump rethinks immigration and Clinton defends family foundation

August 26, 2016
Trump softens on immigration while scandal still plagues Clinton, this time about the donors to the Clinton Foundation. The two also clash over race.
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Clinton, Trump's Shared Strategy: Vilify the Other

August 26, 2016
Alexis Simendinger, Caitlin Huey-Burns | Real Clear Politics
In back-to-back speeches Thursday, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump worked to make the election a referendum about the other, wrestling on a fraught battlefield of race and leadership in America.
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Clinton ties Trump to white supremacists, anti-Semites

August 26, 2016
Jeff Zeleny | CNN
Hillary Clinton issued a blistering take down of Donald Trump, accusing him of racism and arguing that "fringe" elements have taken over the Republican Party.
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Donald Trump suddenly sounds a lot like Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio on immigration

August 26, 2016
Ed O'Keefe, Sean Sullivan | The Washington Post
For more than a year, Donald Trump took the hardest line on immigration — vowing to deport 11 million illegal immigrants en masse and pillorying his GOP primary rivals as favoring “amnesty.”
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Donald Trump’s Mixed Signals on Immigration Roil Campaign

August 26, 2016
Beth Reinhard, Reid Epstein | The Wall Street Journal
Some backers say they would welcome a change; others say easing his plan to deport all illegal immigrants would cost him the election.
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Suburban Women Key To Victory In Pennsylvania Senate Race

August 26, 2016
Susan Davis | NPR
At a recent campaign stop in Philadelphia, Senate Democratic candidate Katie McGinty faced a tough crowd: 4-year olds. "Hi! How's everybody doin'?" McGinty said, as she entered the Western Learning Center, an early childhood program for local families.
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