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In Cleveland, Obama tells voters they have ‘everything’ to lose if Trump wins

  CLEVELAND — Speaking at a rally before at least 2,500 people at a regional airport Friday, President Obama told the enthusiastic crowd that ‘it needed to work to elect Hillary Clinton or risk losing “everything” Democrats had worked for over the past eight years. “Donald Trump's closing argument is, ‘What do you have to lose?’ ” he asked […]
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