Democrat Hillary Clinton, who's been dealing with damaging email leaks, has won the endorsement of the "Washington Post".

FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:

The editorial board of the "Washington Post" outlined many reasons it believes Clinton is a flawed Presidential candidate: her email problems; her tendency to withhold information; that many Americans distrust and dislike her; and her lack of charisma or quote "folksy charm."

But the board also believes if Clinton is elected, she will attempt to govern a quote "angrily divided nation, working with legislators who in many cases are determined to thwart her, while her defeated opponent quite possibly will pretend her victory is fraudulent."

Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.

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