Hillary Talks About "Tommorrow"

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    Hillary may want to hire a proofreader


    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Hillary Clinton's campaign might want to keep a dictionary handy when their candidate's out trolling for support.

    The Democratic presidential hopeful pitched a technology plan to Silicon Valley executives in California Thursday, with the misspelled message, "New Jobs for Tommorrow," plastered in large white letters on a banner behind her podium.

    Did the public relations goof hurt her message?

    "We are clearly on common ground," said Adobe Systems Inc. CEO Bruce Chizen.

    The often misspelled word didn't bother the more than 200 Silicon Valley campaign donors and voters like Chizen, who listened to Clinton's plan that would create more high-paying jobs and increase U.S. standing in technology
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