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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attacked Democratic rival Hillary Clinton Friday as weak on Islamist militants, in a speech at a Christian evangelical conference where he received a standing ovation.U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx, a North Carolina Republican, said a Republican president is needed, without mentioning Trump.Conference organizer Ralph Reed was adamant in his support for Trump, saying the New Yorker has energized the evangelical vote in a way that past Republican presidential nominees have failed to do.While Trump searched for party unity, Clinton met on Friday with U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, a leading progressive voice, in another sign of Democrats coming together against the prospect of a Trump presidency.The two held talks at Clinton's Washington home a day after Warren endorsed Clinton's White House bid, adding support from the Democrats' liberal wing as Clinton seeks to move on from her protracted primary battle with Bernie Sanders.
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