With a withering attack on Trump, Clinton at last turns a corner in her White House bid

“I GAVE THIS SPEECH YESTERDAY IN SAN DIEGO,” HILLARY Clinton started, but could not finish—the crowds in Garden Grove, and later in San Bernardino, Calif., were cheering, loudly and with a tremendous sense of relief. She had finally proved her worth as a candidate; she had trounced Donald Trump, brilliantly, with high-class mockery and disdain, on the most important aspect of the presidency: his fitness to serve as Commander in Chief—not just

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