Hillary Clinton campaigns in Charlotte

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Hillary Clinton took most of the month of August off to raise money and, by almost any standard, succeeded, raising $143 million.

But her “show is back on the road,” as she came to Charlotte on Thursday, ready to take shots at her opponent.

“The one difference in this race is Donald Trump basically says, ‘I, alone, can fix it,’ whatever, ‘it,’ is,” she told a crowd of supporters on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University. “Think of who that leaves out? That leaves out our troops on the front lines. That leaves out our police and fire first responders, it leave out our teachers – educators.”

The day after being on a nationally-televised live interview event called, “Commander-in-chief,” where she took questions not just from a journalist but from members of the audience, Clinton continued to make her case as the best choice for that job – commander-in-chief – to the audience in Charlotte and FOX8’s senior political reporter, Bob Buckley, was there.

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