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Hillary Clinton's two-part strategy for derailing Bernie Sanders' campaign

Hillary Clinton's two-part strategy for derailing Bernie Sanders' campaign

Without a convincing victory in the first two presidential contests, Hillary Clinton has moved to a two-part strategy to try to knock off-stride the galloping candidacy of Bernie Sanders.

To African American, Latino and intensely loyal Democratic voters, she is casting President Obama as her running mate. She talked about Obama and their shared views 21 times during Thursday night’s two-hour presidential debate in Milwaukee. That was aimed at voters in Nevada and South Carolina, the next two states to vote, and racially diverse states further down the calendar.

At the same time, she is laying the groundwork to attract another key group of voters who will be crucial in...

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