Jon Huntsman, Jr.

Why Trump and Clinton sleep in their own beds most nights even though they're on the campaign trail

Why Trump and Clinton sleep in their own beds most nights even though they're on the campaign trail

This year’s presidential nominees may have the strangest commutes in American politics.

Almost every morning Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump wake up in their own beds – she in a stately home in suburban Westchester County, N.Y., he in a penthouse atop Trump Tower in Manhattan or occasionally his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida – and step into a motorcade that whisks them to a nearby airport.

They fly on their campaign planes to whatever battleground state is their target of the day and, after a speech or two and perhaps a fundraiser, they usually return home for the night rather than bunk down in a hotel on the road.

In a year when the news cycle...

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