We've officially entered the dueling speeches part of the campaign. Donald Trump's set to make "a big speech" (cause what's the point of making a small one) focused on Hillary Clinton-related scandals today, a day after Clinton argued in a speech
in Ohio that Trump would be just as dangerous with the economy as he'd be with foreign policy. Meanwhile, Trump 2.0 kicked off
yesterday after the firing of campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, with a flurry of emails to supporters, suggesting the transformation into a more traditional campaign operation has begun for the soon-to-be GOP nominee.