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Biden says ‘battered’ Clinton must be ‘more open’ with public if she wins

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Hillary Clinton and Vice President Biden at an Aug. 15 campaign rally in Scranton, Pa. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Vice President Biden said Hillary Clinton has been “battered” by decades of Republican campaigns to undermine her credibility. But he said that she will have to be “more open” with the public if she becomes president.
Biden offered a candid view of the Democratic presidential nominee's approach to public life in an interview Sunday with CBS's “Face the Nation,” less than two weeks before a presidential election roiled by news that the FBI has renewed its investigation of Clinton's private email server.