Monica Langley

Deputy Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal

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Deputy Bureau Chief of the Wall Street Journal's Washington, DC Bureau

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Hillary Clinton's much awaited  message  last night was billed as her chance to demonstrate party loyalty by putting an end to the much reported "tensions" resulting from a primary…

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