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Hillary Clinton is pressing into reliably Republican Arizona as she tries to steal a state away from Donald Trump.Trump says Clinton would be under investigation as president, sparking a "constitutional crisis," though the FBI has declined to prosecute her for her handling of classified information.Trump can't win without carrying Florida, meaning Clinton can deliver a knockout blow if she captures its 29 electoral votes.Even with national polls narrowing, Clinton has several more paths to 270 than Trump. Clinton's campaign says it's buoyed by early voting turnout among Arizona Democrats, as well as Clinton's support among Hispanics turned off by Trump's hardline immigration policies.Clinton's renewed focus on Trump's demeaning comments on women seemed aimed in part at baiting a response from the notoriously thin-skinned Republican. Trump, however, did not immediately take the bait.
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