Trump's reelection plans interrupted
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Trump's reelection plans interrupted

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Reports suggest that President Donald Trump’s campaign has put a nine-figure ad buy against Joe Biden on hold, as they believe it will create bad optics during the coronavirus crisis. Matt Klink, GOP Strategist, explains how campaigns should be managing their criticism of each other during this time.

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