2016 repeat? Trump revives Clinton playbook to battle Biden
Last updated 5/18/2020 at 10:10am
JONATHAN LEMIRE and BILL BARROW
NEW YORK (AP) — Accusations of a "deep state" conspiracy. Allegations of personal and family corruption. Painting an opponent as a Washington insider not to be trusted.
It's 2016 again. Or at least that's President Donald Trump's hope.
Trump and his allies are dusting off the playbook that helped defeat Hillary Clinton, reviving it in recent days as they try to frame 2020 as an election between a dishonest establishment politician and a political outsider being targeted for taking on the system. This time, however, the so-called outsider is...