Trump: Hillary Can 'Never Solve' Problems Faced by Minority Communities
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Donald Trump fired back at rival Hillary Clinton after she claimed his campaign is fueled by "prejudice and paranoia." Taking to Twitter, Trump said he's the only candidate who can "fix" the problems suffered by the nation's black and Hispanic communities. [Full Story]
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