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Clinton vs. Trump: A Tale of Two Detroits

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to have two different visions of the state of the country.
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The Detroit skyline is pictured from Windsor, Ontario, on January 7, 2016. Detroit will host the 2016 North America International Auto Show from January 11-24. AFP PHOTO/WILLIAM EDWARDS / AFP / William EdwardsWILLIAM EDWARDS/AFP/Getty ImagesWILLIAM EDWARDS / AFP - Getty Images

Weeks after their contrasting convention speeches, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to have two different visions of the state of the country.

Both candidates campaigned in the Detroit area this week and spoke about a city that has largely become a metaphor for the fading of America's urban industrialist glory days.

But while Trump highlighted the city's continuing problems, Clinton imagined an optimistic future for a region primed to innovate and adapt to a changing economy.

Here are their differing speeches on Detroit – Trump’s address Monday to the Detroit Economic Club and Clinton’s rebuttal Thursday just outside of Detroit in Warren, Mich.