In the 2016 election, distrust cuts both ways

Clinton returns to her motorcade on Sept. 11 after briefly recuperating at her daughter Chelsea’s apartment

WHEN SHE REAPPEARED ON A NEW York City sidewalk, Hillary Clinton was all smiles for the network cameras staked out around her daughter’s home. She wanted to replace the images from a cell-phone video that had circulated hours earlier, showing her being helped into a van, overcome by heat and dehydration, during a Sept. 11 memorial service. “I’m feeling great,” she told the cameras. Then she said it again, two

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