NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Donald Trump's unconventional campaign is about to feel the heat of political organization.

Hillary Clinton and her Democratic allies have invested at least $27 million in commercials in crucial states such as Ohio, Florida and Nevada over the next six weeks.

That's for a series of broadsides against the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Those messages will be echoed by hundreds of Clinton workers in those same states — and amplified by President Barack Obama and other top Democrats.

Trump has made few preparations for contending with that sort of well-oiled political machine.


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