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Trump is free of civility 'shackles' and Clinton talks climate change

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Donald Trump removed the "shackles" of civility on Tuesday taking aim at his Republican critics and releasing ads targeting Hillary Clinton's health. Meanwhile, Clinton brought Al Gore to Florida to try and promote her climate change plans.


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