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The next debate is a town hall: Trump's worst nightmare

When Hillary Clinton kicked off her campaign, the press corps literally chased her "Scooby" van all over the place trying to catch pictures of her. Why? Because she was talking to actual voters, specifically at round tables like the one she did with young DREAM activists within the first several weeks of her campaign. It was no accident. She thrived in these one-on-one interactions—connecting with real people played to Clinton’s strengths.
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