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Claiming that she got more popular votes than Donald Trump, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has said her Republican rival’s “bigotry, bullying and bluster” are not supported by Americans.
“The last time I checked as of last night, Donald Trump had received 3.6 million votes, which is a good number. There is only one candidate in either party who has more votes than him and that’s me,” Clinton said during a Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan.
Clinton, 68, said she is “building a broad, diverse coalition” across the country, which will help her defeat 69-year-old Trump.

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