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In a recent poll conducted earlier this week, voters found Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump more trustworthy than his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, by a 50 percent to 35 percent margin.

Clinton has been dogged by allegations of untrustworthiness as the controversy over her State Department emails continues.

Friday, Clinton’s daughter Chelsea responded to her mother’s critics, saying that “it doesn’t make sense” that she would be considered anything but trustworthy and compassionate.

“There’s no one I trust more than my Mom," she told ABC's The View.

“God forbid, if anything were to happen to [my husband] Marc [Mezvinsky] and me, my mother would take care of my children.”

“There’s no greater vote of trust and faith and love than that,” Chelsea said.

“I’ve heard these attacks for so long, and my mom just keeps… standing up for what she fundamentally believes.”

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