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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's media strategies say a lot about the candidates




Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Marshalltown, Iowa. Clinton is narrowly ahead of Sanders, but within the margin of error in the final Iowa poll.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Marshalltown, Iowa. Clinton is narrowly ahead of Sanders, but within the margin of error in the final Iowa poll.
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Over the past two weeks, Hillary Clinton has made just two public appearances. Donald Trump has made nine.

It's been about 270 days since Clinton last held a press conference. In that time, Trump has held 17. 

Each campaign has a plan for getting their candidate to the White House: both involve traditional and digital media.

But what they do and how they do it reveals a lot about the nature of the presidential contenders. For a look at the strategies, Take Two spoke to David Karpf. He's an associate professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University. 

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