TORONTO—Republicans loathe her. Democrats suspect her. Polls show her to be one of the most unpopular presidential candidates in modern American history. What is it about Hillary Clinton? In theory, the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee for the U.S. presidency should be golden. She is experienced. She is moderate. A centre-right Democrat, she straddles the class divide—with support from organized labour, as well as Wall Street. On foreign affairs she is a liberal hawk in the tradition of Woodrow
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