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Biden Courts Obama-Trump Voters as the President Seeks to Hold Them

NYTimes.com Monday, 21 September 2020
The Democratic nominee, in Wisconsin, tried to place himself on the side of American workers, while Mr. Trump used a trip to Ohio to blame his opponent for job losses there.
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