Only A Few Blocks Will Separate Clinton And Trump On Election Night Though worlds apart politically, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will spend election night in near-shouting distance of each other.

Only A Few Blocks Will Separate Clinton And Trump On Election Night

Only A Few Blocks Will Separate Clinton And Trump On Election Night

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Though worlds apart politically, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will spend election night in near-shouting distance of each other.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with New York state election news. The state is ready now that a judge has upheld the state ban on ballot selfies. A Long Island Hospital banned political conversation, asking patients not to talk politics in the gym of the cardio unit. People have heart conditions, you see. On election night, Donald Trump will be in Manhattan. Hillary Clinton will be just blocks away, although do not expect them to swing across town to see each other - the traffic. It's MORNING EDITION.

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