Clinton warns against Trump's finger on nuclear button

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton addresses a campaign rally in Cincinnati, OhioHillary Clinton tried to pivot away from attacks on her protection of US secrets, warning against her White House rival Donald Trump being allowed control of US nuclear launch codes. In a barnstorming final push before the November 8 presidential vote, Trump has seized upon a renewed FBI inquiry into Clinton’s controversial use of a private email server while secretary of state. In Kent, Ohio, she was introduced by Bruce Blair, a former US missile launch officer who organized a joint letter from former colleagues arguing that Trump should not be trusted with nuclear codes.

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