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>> As the GOP scrambles to contain the fallout from yet another campaign debacle.>> Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything.>> The Trump camp must also prepare for Sunday's debate. And while her opponent is now tangled up with a major distraction, that doesn't mean a free pass for Hillary Clinton.
Reuters reporter Jim Oliphant says she's still got work to do.>> In Sunday's debate, Clinton can't just hit replay even through she won the first debate. She still needs to come up with a clear, concise argument for why she should be President beyond not being Donald Trump. So far Clinton's campaign has been a little bit of this and a lot of that, a little bit of policy in how Clinton would change the country, and a lot of scaring voters about Donald Trump.
Hilary Clinton really needs to show that she can close this deal on her own, without depending on Trump's weaknesses. She needs to go out there Sunday night and show voters that she's listening to them, she understands what their saying, and she is going to do something about it.
The two will certainly have plenty to discuss, especially as Trump is now telegraphing that he'll bring up Bill Clinton's infidelities to defend himself against the damning 2005 tape of him making lewd comments about women.