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Election 2016: Separating conventional from unconventional

08/12/2016 | 23m 59s | Video has closed captioning.

Donald Trump sparked another firestorm this week with remarks about "Second Amendment people" preventing Hillary Clinton from appointing judges who would curb gun rights and claiming that President Obama was the "founder of ISIS." While Trump's rhetoric has some Republicans saying they won't vote for him, is his unconventional campaign catching on with voters?

Aired: 08/12/16

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