Rachel Martin

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Airs Sunday, September 4, at 7 p.m. The special will examine the characters of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The 2016 Democratic and Republican presidential candidates are the most unpopular candidates since modern polling began.  Why is that the case?  Over the course of the hour, we will revisit their personal histories and explore episodes in which their characters were forged.  

The 2016 presidential campaign has in many ways become a question of character. Even though Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both have incredibly loyal supporters, the two candidates also inspire some intensely negative feelings among voters. Clinton and Trump are the two most unpopular candidates since modern polling began.

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