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More Bad News for the American Economy
Talking Points believes the main issue in the upcoming presidential race will be who Americans trust more to create good-paying jobs.

On Tuesday Bill Clinton defined the issue pretty well:

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Two very popular men in Indiana - basketball coach Bobby Knight and Governor Mike Pence - endorsed different Republican candidates this week. Whose support is more valuable?
Coach Knight, no doubt
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"Did the president do some good things? Yes. Did he do some bad things? Yes.

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