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- Democrats are moving swiftly to exploit the rift, in hopes that a large victory margin for Hillary Clinton would lead to gains down the ballot.
At Mr. Trump’s rallies, the candidate and the crowds draw energy and affirmation from one another, while dismissing any discouraging information.
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