Trump Has Little Room to Grow in Polls

Trump Has Little Room to Grow in Polls

"We will absolutely accept the results of the election", Trump's vice presidential candidate, Mike Pence said on the Sunday shows.

Trump has more than 12.5 million followers on tweeter.

Of the money raised, the committee has spent 37 cents of each dollar on expenses like postage and printing.

Trump returned to Twitter shortly before 11 a.m., and this time, criticized the fact Clinton was not criminally charged for using a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state.

The difference in the two fundraising efforts is side effect of the campaign's marketing strategies. But their strategy to hold down Clinton in Philadelphia and its suburbs while running up Trump's vote total in more conservative parts of the state has failed to materialize. In contrast, Clinton has predominantly relied on the legal maximum of $2,700.

The Politico/Morning Consult poll suggests that if Trump does lose the election on November 8, millions of Americans might not believe the result is valid, further eroding trust in government and further emboldening extremist groups. Trump tweeted on Sunday, a sentiment he also expressed in posts and during rallies in ME and New Hampshire on Saturday.

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Some are showing the Republican businessman leading for the first time, says NPR: "Clinton retains the advantage, but it's a far more precarious lead for the Democrat than at any time in this race".

Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook told reporters Monday that Trump's comments showed his desperation.

Clinton's email trouble has largely been overshadowed by multiple allegations by several women that Trump had sexually assaulted them.

Peter Kostruba, a Trump supporter who traveled to his Portsmouth rally from Barnet, Vermont, with his 10-year-old son, said he's not expecting riots to break out if Clinton wins, but he sees sharper divisions in the country. Only about one-third of Republicans said they have a great deal or quite a bit of confidence that votes on Election Day will be counted fairly, according to poll from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Aaron Willard, Trump's Missouri state director, warned supporters in an email last week that "Crooked Hillary will say and do anything it takes to win this election, and that is something we must not allow to happen!"

On a brighter note for her, the Clinton campaign for months has been eyeing an expansion into Arizona, where Hispanic voters make up more than 15 per cent of the electorate and Trump's sharp language about immigrants have left him vulnerable, said Republican pollster Whit Ayers, an adviser to Florida Sen. A study by a Loyola Law School professor found that out of 1 billion votes cast in all American elections between 2000 and 2014, there were only 31 known cases of impersonation fraud. "Damage is being done that we're going to have to fix", she said during a recent campaign stop. U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan issued a statement over the weekend saying he is "fully confident the states will carry out this election with integrity". Pence had said the United States should use military force in Syria if Russian Federation continued air strikes to prop up President Bashar al-Assad, but Trump said he disagreed. Based on the history of U.S. Presidential elections going back to 1980, Clinton's lead looks formidable.