This is a wsj.com article.
As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off in the presidential election, one big dividing line is Wall Street. The Republican standard-bearer says he wants to rip up the landmark 2010 Dodd-Frank Act enacted in response to the financial crisis. His Democratic opponent says she wants to extend its reach. But the picture is more complex. Both candidates, during decades in public life, have embraced, and tangled with, the financial industry. Here’s a look at how they compare on policies and predilections.
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