Trump accused Clinton of being “a world-class liar.”
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The speech marked an opening salvo against Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, in the general election campaign.Trump made a direct appeal to supporters of Clinton's primary rival Bernie Sanders, urging them to help him fix a "rigged system". Still, the central goal of Trump's speech appeared to be uniting the Republican Party and appealing to people who may be skeptical of him but vigorously oppose Clinton. Some of Trump's charges come from Schweizer's book, which has been criticized for failing to provide evidence of direct connections between business dealings by foreign interests, sometimes involving the Clinton Foundation, and decisions by Clinton when she was secretary of state.Trump's remarks came one day after Clinton launched her own blistering attacks on her White House rival.Trump also tried to turn Clinton's strengths into negatives.
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