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Clinton campaign manager says Biden run would 'shake things up'

NEW YORK Vice President Joe Biden would be "a commanding presence" if he chooses to run for president though his entry into the race wouldn't change Hillary Clinton's approach to the race for the Democratic nomination, her campaign manager said Thursday. If Biden runs, he "will certainly shake up the dynamics quite a bit," Robby Mook said on a conference call briefing reporters on the state of the race. "But our strategy will remain the same." A handful of campaign aides projected confidence throughout the call, which came on a day that one of the Democratic presidential front-runner's closest advisers, Cheryl Mills, was being grilled behind...