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How should Hillary Clinton handle FBI’s release of email investigation notes?

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Sarah Isgur, the deputy campaign manager for former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, says the release of FBI’s notes during their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email could have an impact on her trustworthiness, particularly among young voters. MSNBC’s Joy Reid tells TODAY that Donald Trump’s meetings with leaders in minority communities aren’t about wooing the African-American or Latino community but rather making “white suburban voters more comfortable with Donald Trump’s candidacy.”