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Obama Campaigns With Clinton Hours After FBI Decision

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President Obama hits the campaign trail for the first time with Hillary Clinton, just hours after the FBI recommended "no charges" despite a scathing rebuke of her use of private email while secretary of state. NBC's Kristen Welker reports from Charlotte.