Candidates arrive in Kenosha to push their version of what America should be. How does that play with across the nation?
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After the police shooting of a Black man, Kenosha has become a talking point for the candidates, with President Trump calling the Democrats the party of violent uprising. Democrats say the President’s rhetoric is to blame. But does what’s actually happening resemble anything either candidate is saying, and how do the citizens of Wisconsin feel about being put in the national political spotlight?
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