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How 'Stronger Together' Became Clinton's Response To 'Make America Great Again'

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Chaos At Chicago Trump Rally Feeds Concerns About His Rhetoric

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Journalists Struggle To Describe Trump's Racially Charged Rhetoric

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Can you recognize the top five logical fallacies lobbed so far in this year's presidential campaign? spxChrome/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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