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Clinton blasts Trump over tax losses; Trump says he will fix system

Washington (dpa) – US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Monday went after her opponent Donald Trump over his possible use of deductions from business losses in the 1990s to avoid paying income taxes for several years. “Trump represents the same rigged system that he claims...
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