Huey-Burns & Simendinger, RCP
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. With 75 days of bruising combat ahead, Clinton seized the offensive in swing-state Nevada, accusing Trump of disqualifying himself by pandering to racist extremists and pedaling “race-baiting ideas,” which she said Democrats and leaders of the Republican Party firmly denounce.



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