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Clinton mocks Trump as 'dangerously incoherent'

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And this is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes.>> Yes, Hillary Clinton had the New York billionaire in the crosshairs, attacking every aspect of his candidacy. Then this happened, just as her speech was starting.
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It didn't steal all of her thunder as Clinton openly mocked Trump and his campaign trail theatrics.>> And I have to say, I don't understand Donald's bizarre fascination with dictators. He said, you've got to give Kim Jong-un credit for taking over North Korea, something he did by murdering everyone he saw as a threat including his own uncle, which Donald described gleefully like he was recapping an action movie.
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>> Campaign reporter, Ginger Gibson, says Clinton's takedown went further than anything leveled against Trump so far.>> We may see these kind of mocking attacks from Clinton trying to goad Donald Trump into a fight all the way to November. There's a risk that voters see her getting in the gutter with him or slinging mud.
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Or that they don't take her seriously, because she's using such a tone to attack Donald Trump.>> And even though the former First Lady is trying to pivot to the general election and Trump, Bernie Sanders is still dogging her in a battle for California, that may leave her limping into her own convention, even if the nomination is in hand.