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The Republican Party Seems Down On The Constitutional Right To Counsel

WASHINGTON ? On the eve of the vice presidential debate, the Republican National Committee unveiled an attack ad against Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), for his past as a criminal defense attorney. It’s as scary as these ads come ? and reminiscent of other times the GOP has tried similar tactics. “Long before Tim Kaine was in office, he consistently protected the worst kinds of people,” says a voiceover actor who tries to sound as ominous as those you hear in Hollywood movie trailers.
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