Trump speaks at a rally with supporters at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina, U.S.

Clinton, Trump joust on domestic security after weekend attacks

Trump speaks at a rally with supporters at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina, U.S.By Amanda Becker and Emily Flitter WASHINGTON/HIGH POINT, N.C. (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton consulted national security advisers on Tuesday after weekend bomb blasts renewed fears of domestic attacks, as Republican rival Donald Trump accused her of pushing policies that made the United States less safe. Clinton spoke by phone with former Defense Department official Michele Flournoy, former CIA deputy head Mike Morell and other advisers, her campaign said in an email. “We can’t lose our cool and start ranting and waving our arms,” Clinton said on the call, according to her campaign in an apparent reference to Trump.

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