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Download Traktor Scratch Pro 2.7.1 Serial: Traktor crack rapidshare le 1 2 7; A complete DJ mixing application.  . .Meanwhile, in New York, the Democrat primaries are getting nasty — even before they get started.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is running neck and neck in Iowa with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while Iowa Republicans are choosing a nominee who will go against Donald J. Trump.

Over the past few weeks, the race has gotten particularly nasty. Clinton, a former first lady, senator and secretary of state, has leveled charges of sexism, accused Sanders of being a Democratic Socialist and mentioned the “appalling and offensive” comments recently made by Donald Trump, who’s been knocking Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

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Sanders, Clinton’s challenger in the Democrat primaries, has called Clinton a “warmonger,” and has accused her of playing in a “smear campaign.”

Regardless of what is said and done in the primary season, Democrats are hopeful the ideological chasm between the two candidates isn’t what the country needs.

“Both of them are pretty far to the left and I’m willing to take either one,” a Granite State resident said.

Only eight in 10 Americans believe Clinton would do a better job than Trump, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released in March, while nearly nine in 10 Americans said they don’t like Clinton and think she’s dishonest, the poll found. Americans, according to the same poll, are divided on Trump, with 38 percent saying he can be trusted.

Meanwhile, the entire Republican presidential field, save for perennial candidate and former Gov. Jon Huntsman, has come out in support of Trump.

“We cannot afford, at this juncture, to make Hillary Clinton the next president of the United States,” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said of Clinton.

“We cannot have Donald Trump as president of the United States,” Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said of Trump. “This is not a good idea we’re voting for.”