A Secret Service vehicle arrives at the home of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Washington, Saturday, July 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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The Democratic Party is poised to nominate Clinton for president.On Sunday's news shows, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and Labor Secretary Tom Perez explicitly talked about Clinton and trust. This week, President Barack Obama will personalize the "I trust Hillary" theme during his first appearance with his former secretary of state in battleground North Carolina. The FBI interviewed Clinton for more than three hours Saturday about whether she exposed government secrets by blending personal and official business on a home email server. Clinton immediately gave a television interview in which she denied wrongdoing and repeated an acknowledgment she had slipped into a speech last week on the same day Sen. Elizabeth Warren vouched for her.Questions about Hillary Clinton's ethics have dogged her from her days as first lady of Arkansas and later the United States during Bill Clinton's governorship and presidency, through her service a senator from New York, her failed 2008 presidential campaign and as Obama's secretary of state.Not helping make the case for trust: the Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch meeting.
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