7 Canadian business leaders share their hopes for Trump

Jonathan Lemire and Steve Peoples, The Associated Press

Published Tuesday, November 1, 2016 9:05AM EDT

Last Updated Tuesday, November 1, 2016 11:29PM EDT

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — With just a week to go and the race for the White House tightening, Hillary Clinton — with help from President Barack Obama — unleashed a fresh offensive Tuesday against Donald Trump and his vulgar comments about women. Trump strove to blend a quieter, presidential tone with his usual tough rhetoric, warning that a Clinton victory would “destroy American health care forever.”

The White House contenders clashed from afar –Clinton in battleground Florida and Trump in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — with the sprint to next Tuesday’s finish well underway.

“For my entire life, I’ve been a woman,” Clinton, who would be the nation’s first female president, declared in critical Florida. “And when I think about what we now know about Donald Trump and what he’s been …