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Hillary Clinton's U.S. presidential campaign has been torn between trying to secure the largest possible victory for the candidate herself and explicitly helping fellow Democratic gubernatorial and legislative candidates further down the ballot.With just a week left before the election, the presidential candidates are crisscrossing the country: Whereas Republican nominee Donald Trump is struggling to cobble together the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win, Clinton is trying to lock up as large a victory – in both the popular vote and the Electoral College – as possible.Of course, the Clinton campaign isn't just being charitable by helping down-ballot candidates.The Democrats are still widely expected to retake the Senate, though not the House, where they would need to flip an unlikely 30 Republican seats.We cannot know how the various disclosures will affect turnout between now and Election Day. What we do know is that, ultimately, nothing that has or might happen makes Trump better suited for the presidency than Clinton.
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