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(CNN)—In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are planning to join forces to help the Illinois senator capture the White House in November. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports on Clinton's plans to hit the campaign trail in hopes of rallying support behind Obama's candidacy.
Meanwhile: presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain spoke in Canada Friday about his support of free-trade policy and worked to portray Obama as a protectionist. CNN’s Dana Bash has the details.
Plus: Obama accused the Arizona senator Friday of flip-flopping on immigration policy. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports.
Finally: Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged voters to reject false rumors surrounding the presidential candidates. The New York mayor encouraged the electorate to focus exclusively on the facts when deciding what candidate to vote for in the fall. CNN's Mary Snow reports from New York.
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