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The Latest: Trump's latest tweets take on Clinton, media

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter on Saturday morning to go after Hillary Clinton and the media, and to claim again that the presidential race is looking like — in his words — "a rigged election." Trump is denying stories in which some women have accused him of sexual misconduct.
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