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Engaged in a political campaign.‘he has studiously avoided the subject on the campaign trail’
- ‘The president made a lot of promises on the campaign trail.’
- ‘Jim's comments were in response to a question about what voters are asking him about on the campaign trail.’
- ‘The straight-talking libertarian Republican is creating a lot of buzz on the campaign trail.’
- ‘Joking with the audience Mr Brown showed he was relishing life on the campaign trail.’
- ‘You know, I think there's just too much talk about him getting out on the campaign trail.’
- ‘There could not have been more of a contrast on the campaign trail last week.’
- ‘We will tell you about a very intriguing remark he made on the campaign trail.’
- ‘Her husband meanwhile is using some sharp words out on the campaign trail.’
- ‘Barack Obama himself didn't talk about them at all on the campaign trail yesterday.’
- ‘I want to ask you about the candidates on the campaign trail.’
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