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I'm not sure I understand the emphasis -- from both the pundits and from the Clinton campaign itself -- on money at this point. Didn't we just learn that the Clintons have a fortune of over $100 million? Surely insofar as her campaign thinks it's actually the case that money is what stands between her and the White House the family can afford to spend the necessary cash whether or not her fundraising revives.

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