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Clinton opposition to Asia trade pact 'close call'-hacked emails

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NEW YORK, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton's campaign was worried about the "hard balance" she would need to strike as the presidential candidate prepared to oppose a Pacific trade pact championed by President Barack Obama that she once supported, according to emails published on Tuesday by WikiLeaks.
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