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CLINTON LEADS IN N.C. FOLLOWING TAPE RELEASE (USA Today) -- Hillary Clinton has pulled ahead of Donald Trump in a new North Carolina poll, though she is within the margin of error, following the release of a video from 2005 where the Republican nominee discusses groping women. Clinton led Trump 45%-43% in a Suffolk University poll in the Tar Heel State released Thursday.
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