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Clinton knocks Trump for buying Chinese steel as she courts Rust Belt voters in Michigan, Ohio

DETROIT – Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, riding high as the Republican Party sank into a historic internal crisis over Donald Trump's candidacy,  strode into the nation’s Rust Belt on Monday, pledging to push a “renaissance” of advanced manufacturing and sharply criticizing Trump’s commitment to blue-collar workers. In her first campaign event since Sunday’s second
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