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Clinton plots a 'do no harm' campaign amid Trump whirlwind

"Make no errors, do no harm," said Republican strategist Rick Tyler, who worked for Trump's primary rival Sen. Ted Cruz. Clinton aides said the former secretary of state has been balancing a full schedule — she attended rallies in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Colorado and Nevada this week — with preparations for the final debate, scheduled for Wednesday, as well as fundraising for an ambitious get-out-the-vote program and advertising in battleground states.
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