Trump has proved willing to stay in the spotlight even when the attention is negative.
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Clinton's stay-above-the-fray attitude masks unresolved questions that have gnawed at her campaign since Trump virtually locked up the Republican nomination.How can the wonkish Clinton counteract Trump's finely tuned ability to command attention? In between, Trump said he could negotiate with North Korea's leader.While Clinton's campaign released paper statements responding to some of Trump's statements, the candidate herself stayed quiet.Clinton's advisers and outside backers say they're not making the same mistake as Trump's Republican primary rivals. Clinton has made clear she won't respond to Trump's every move. Clinton has another significant advantage compared to Trump's previous opponents, many of whom were unknown to most Americans. Clinton can match Trump's high profile, having spent nearly three decades in national politics, and is unlikely to be totally drowned out by the real estate mogul.
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