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The Latest: Clinton set for first national security briefing

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Latest on the 2016 presidential campaign (all times EDT):

8:50 a.m.

Hillary Clinton has arrived at an FBI facility in White Plains, New York, for her first national security briefing as the Democratic presidential nominee.

The former secretary of state routinely received such briefings when she was in President Barack Obama's Cabinet.

But the briefing Saturday in suburban New York is her first since she became her party's nominee. Republican Donald Trump had his first briefing earlier this month.

The briefings have been customary for presidential nominees so the next commander in chief has an understanding of the country's national security apparatus.

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