CBS' Major Garrett: Trump “Cannot Seem To Go Two Or Three Days Without An Unforced Error”

From the July 5 edition of CBS This Morning:

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MAJOR GARRETT: With all of the talk about a more effective and less error-prone campaign, Donald Trump cannot seem to go two or three days without an unforced error. The latest, a weekend tweet labeling Hillary Clinton corrupt, with dollar bills and a star that bore resemblance to the Star of David. Now the Trump campaign denied it, saying the star was modeled simply after a sheriff's badge. But that did not stop the campaign's social media director from removing the tweet and issuing an apology yesterday, saying he would quote “never offend anyone.”


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