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The Democrats’ triple threat strategy

Now that the first debate is behind Hillary Clinton, the Democrats are feeling more confident. So looking ahead, what are the Democrats going to do to try and maintain that small advantage heading into November? First, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) had the core responsibility of forcing Congress to stay bogged down for at […]
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