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Here’s What Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s Advisers Like About Each Others’ Plans

Look no further than Monday night’s heated presidential debate to see the wide gulfs and disagreements between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on policy. But two key economic advisers to the campaigns can still find some areas of common ground. Speaking Wednesday in Washington, D.C. at a forum hosted by the nonpartisan Committee for a…
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