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WASHINGTON—When Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Thursday delivered a speech on her first 100 days in office and the rise of Donald Trump, she brought a more familiar message from Trump himself: that he’s ready to unleash his brand of populism at all costs, even though he’s an unlikely GOP star who’s largely been sidelined. “And then of course it became clear to people this guy is right about trade,” said Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine. “Because then he got the word out, and people saw him as more than just a little bloke. There’s lots of great people working at the trade table, and when you go to the trade table you have to ask yourself, do you want to be president? Do you want to look the other way? Do you want to take back some of those things that have been created and paid for through trade? And I think that’s something that he really needs to get out of this building. He needs to ask himself what do you really want when somebody is playing for power with a huge, national, national campaign with so many big names. He’s got to ask himself, who does he want to win the presidency of the United States?” As it happened, Trump just happened to be coming out as the Republican nominee in October in the key battleground states of Iowa and New Hampshire, and he’s not even getting an answer on the specifics of a platform for trade that President Obama and his first 100 days would require a landslide, even though a majority of voters back Trump’s agenda. The message may be that Hillary Clinton will take Trump’s playbook: The “dramatically” increased use of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), which Clinton has pushed to dismantle regulations and trade deals, may be good for his campaign. But she’s also going to need to learn from the experience of Obama’s predecessor, Barack Obama: Trump’s first 100 days have been plagued by one key problem, namely his opposition to trade deals: Transforming jobs, at the expense of the American worker. “What is good for America, to you and me, is not bad for you. It is good for us,” Kaine said at a rally in North Las Vegas, Nevada. “Well, I’m here today because I believe there is such a good thing happening here in this country that you can give that back how to draw the back of a cartoon car (http://learningbase.ml/draw-cars/) the American people to pay for
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