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Who cares about 'Crooked Hillary'? What matter is qualifications, not insults

To the editor: Doyle McManus writes that voters may take seriously the childish insults that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hurls at Democrat Hillary Clinton, revealing how superficial elections have become. ("Trump's 'Crooked Hillary' label may stick," Opinion, May 11)...
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