The public holiday that kickstarts the home stretch of frantic campaigning for the US presidential election was dominated by two familiar questions - whether Donald Trump is stable enough, and whether Hillary Clinton is trustworthy enough, to run the country.
Republican presidential nominee Trump and Clinton, his Democratic rival, both flew to the battleground state of Ohio on Monday for a Labour Day holiday that signals the start of two final months of handshaking and speech-making before the November 8 ballot.
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