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Clinton Foundation/Trump Foundation: A face-off

During the Tuesday night vice presidential debate, Mike Pence attacked the Clinton Foundation, bringing up the discredited AP story as a basis for pay-for-play charges, and pumping out the ludicrous positions and even more over-the-top numbers that circulate through right-wing sources to diminish the work of the foundation. At the same time, Donald Trump’s personal foundation got off with the lightest of taps.
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