Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the crowd at the 107th Annual NAACP Convention at the Duke Energy Center July 18, 2016, in Cincinnati, Ohio. John Sommers II/Getty Images/AFP
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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton called on venerable civil-rights group the NAACP Monday to defeat Republican rival Donald Trump in his bid for the White House.Speaking at the annual NAACP conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, as the Republican National Convention opened several hundred miles away, Clinton insisted that Trump was unfit to be president and announced a nationwide drive to register millions of new voters.Ohio is a key battleground state and Trump lost the Republican state primary to Governor John Kasich, but a recent NBC News poll put Clinton and Trump tied at 39 percent with 21 percent of voters undecided.
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