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Clarence Page: While Donald Trump tries for a 2016 rerun, voters look for a fresh script

With less than 100 days to go until Election Day, President Donald Trump is campaigning like he did the first time, as a challenger running against the sitting president, who this time happens to be himself.

In speeches, ads and tweets, he attacks crime and urban unrest that presumably would explode in “Joe Biden’s America” — but uses video clips from President Trump’s America.

He boasts of

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