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3 Things Clinton And Trump Should Practice Before Sunday's Debate

Of course "Trumped-up trickle-down" economics was a canned line, one speaking coach explains. That's why it worked. Of course "Trumped-up trickle-down" economics was a canned line, one speaking coach explains. That's why it worked. You might have read in the news that Hillary Clinton prepared a bit more intensively than Donald Trump for the first presidential debate. But even if you didn't, you probably heard about its aftermath, with Clinton widening her lead in the polls and the Trump campaign vowing that the GOP candidate would buckle down on his preparation strategy ahead of the second debate.
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