Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters in his office in Trump Tower, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., May 17, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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Clinton shrugs, sees benefits in Trump's personal attackskeep on talking.She's just weeks away from wrapping up the Democratic presidential nomination, and friends, aides and supporters describe a candidate who isn't particularly rattled by what she expects will be Trump's increasingly direct attacks on her marriage and husband's personal indiscretions."It's all fair," Trump told the Associated Press last week.He drew a distinction between his own personal history, which includes three marriages and public admissions of infidelity, with that of the former president.Clinton said she wouldn't respond to those kinds of attacks.None of that particularly bothers Clinton, say aides, who's fended off personal attacks for decades and has become disciplined at ignoring them. But friends say Bill Clinton has been bracing for a revision of some of the worst moments of his presidency, including his impeachment proceedings. While he's been looking forward to going after Trump, some worry that he won't be able to stay on message if Trump's attacks grow even more personal.Clinton has stopped explicitly mentioning her role in history and joking about being the "youngest woman president".
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