Trump Overtakes Clinton After Trailing in Previous Polls, Rasmussen Report Says

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's choice of Charlotte, N.C., for her first campaign appearance with incumbent Barack Obama is a blend of confidence about the fall election and concern about the unpredictable nature of Republican challenger Donald Trump, experts said.

America is going to win again under Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s administration, a poll suggests.

Trump has overtaken the lead held by Democratic rival Hillary Clinton — likely because of this week’s terror attack in Istanbul — after trailing her in previous polls, according to a Rasmussen report released on Thursday.

Trump got 43% of the vote, while Clinton earned 39% of the vote. There were 12% of voters who desired another candidate, which has been on par with the numbers that have gone to third-party candidates, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. Five percent were undecided.

During an interview with NPR "Weekend Edition" host Rachel Martin, which is set to air on July the 3d, Biden said Sanders would be endorsing Clinton for president. At present, the forecast even favors her marginally in Arizona, which has not voted for a Democrat since 1996.

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