With Hillary Clinton extending her lead nationwide and in key battleground states, Trump is toying with what might be called "poll denialism", giving his supporters license to dismiss the discouraging data.
Individuals wishing to attend Bill Clinton's DE event can RSVP on her website. Their basic case: They're voting for a Republican next month, and if Trump isn't leaving then he's got to be the one. She even highlighted Clinton's use of the word "every" in a tweet: "Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported". It's not enough for voters to elect him instead of her, he declared - "She has got to go to jail".
Clinton's campaign appearances were interrupted two days in a row this week by people shouting while holding or wearing T-shirts that brand her husband, former president Bill Clinton, as a rapist. She visited New Hampshire multiple times. The letter from his lawyers said unless the paper removed the article from its website and ceased further publication, it would pursue "all available actions and remedies".
The surveyrevealsthat most Republican voters believe GOP leaders who are criticizing Trump are hurting the party.
One poll, by the Public Religion Research Institute on behalf of the Atlantic, showed a massive gender divide, with Trump leading Clinton with men by 11 percentage points, but Clinton winning with women by 33 points. "You'd think that they'd say, 'Great going, Don. Let's go, let's beat this crook".
"No, he doesn't do that", he added of Ryan, as the crowd booed in sympathy. "There is a whole deal going on there".
Thursday's poll was largely taken before a series of revelations surfaced Wednesday night from several women alleging Trump had touched them inappropriately.
"This corruption and collusion is just one more reason why I will ask my attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor", to investigate Clinton and the fact that she apparently deleted thousands of emails that were never recovered, Trump said. "That's all they have left".
Trump is "surrounded by people who have been obsessed with bringing down the Clintons based on pseudo-scandals for years", said David Brock, an ally of Hillary Clinton who as a former Republican operative spent much of the 1990s hunting down dirt on the Clintons.
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta says Republicans have to answer whether they are with Trump or against him, particularly as he runs what Podesta called a "race into the sewer".
She also cast an eye to potentially expanding the electoral map in her favor, after new polling came out showing that races in traditionally Republican bastions Utah and Arizona were in play. "Make sure you get out vote November 28", has been shared by many on Twitter and already has millions of views.
While her speech was short on specifics, she made it clear that she needs to win Colorado to win the presidency.
"She pledged to dissolve the borders of the United States of America", Trump fumed. Clinton's campaign has not confirmed the accuracy of the emails, but Podesta said the FBI is investigating Russia's possible involvement, raising the extraordinary prospect of a link between Russian Federation and the US presidential election.
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