US presidential election: Consistency by Clinton as Trump tweaks his tune
With just 77 days until the election, Siobhán Brett takes stock of both campaigns
Bill Clinton turned 70 on Friday. He celebrated on Martha’s Vineyard, a Massachusetts island south of Cape Cod, west of Nantucket.
Campaign reporters at loose ends sought confirmation from Clinton aides, getting none. Lately, her health and physical fitness have been cheerfully derided by Trump.
But for somebody infirm, or unwell, Clinton had a productive weekend.
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