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Clinton’s post-debate insight

In our ordinary lives it is not unusual to think of the killer retort well after a confrontation is over. So it is with presidential debates, although fortunately for Hillary Clinton she has two more outings to make a key point. On her press plane Tuesday, most media attention focused on her wisecrack, “Anybody who […]
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