Obama to campaign with Clinton in bid to reset race

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton answers a question from an audience member during a town hall discussion at Neuehouse Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, on June 28, 2016President Barack Obama hits the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton on Tuesday for the first time in the 2016 White House race, seeking to give her a boost in her showdown with Donald Trump. The Democratic duo travel to Charlotte, North Carolina for a rally, the first in a series of high-profile events that Clinton hopes will energize voters, particularly minorities who remain enamored with the president, in crucial battleground states where the November election will be decided. Clinton — who will be traveling together with Obama on Air Force One Tuesday — no doubt will be seeking to reset her campaign after a series of hiccups and revelations linked to the case about her ill-advised use of a private email account and server while secretary of state.

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