Donald Trump: Let's Cancel The Election 'And Just Give It To Trump'

Donald Trump: Let's Cancel The Election 'And Just Give It To Trump'

Hillary Clinton entered the final phase of her presidential bid with a resounding campaign cash advantage over Donald Trump. Her policies are so bad. "Nothing we learned about Donald Trump will surprise me anymore", she said.

Trump said the email cache could represent a "motherlode" of emails including the 33,000 Clinton has acknowledged deleting after deeming them of a personal nature. And the latter are important because they will pick the next president.

The Trump campaign - which aims to make attacks based on the Clinton emails and "Obamacare" premium hikes the centerpieces of their argument - believes that white working-class voters in the Midwest could tip MI or Wisconsin his way, especially if he benefits from reduced enthusiasm for Clinton in African-American strongholds like Detroit and Milwaukee. Clinton spoke to roughly 1,750 at her one public event.

The announcement by FBI Director James Comey that his agency is investigating more emails as part of a probe into Clinton's use of a private email server has upended the presidential race and given new hope to Trump that he can make an improbable comeback and win on November 8.

In Arizona, Clinton also was solidly ahead among early voters.

Campaigning in Ohio, Clinton said Trump was hoping to discourage people from participating in the election.

Clinton has consistently struggled with perceptions that she is dishonest. Days later, a 2005 recording surfaced in which Trump can be heard describing himself sexually assaulting women in a conversation with Billy Bush, then the host of "Access Hollywood". Whereas, Trump now says probably the election is not that rigged after all. But he knows Trump - and doesn't like him.

"I think it has moved some polls".

Since he has likely alienated minority and educated women with his rhetoric and behavior, Trump must pull in vast numbers of new white voters -- some who may have voted for Democrats in the past - to make up for the shortfall. Other analysts also point to a strong finish for Clinton based on the early vote. "No", he said, adding that he still isn't sure whether Trump has a shot at victory here. "By comparison, Secretary Clinton is getting 91 percent of the Democratic vote". Trump has paraded the former president's accusers before the cameras and accused Hillary Clinton of undermining her husband's accusers.

West Virginia counts 24251 early voters on first day
According to Cameron County elections officials, 6,539 voters cast ballots on Tuesday. "Early voting has just become more common". Lines at Denton County's 22 polling locations were long Monday, with wait times averaging more than an hour in some places.

The lawsuit alleges that both the GOP and Trump's campaign are suppressing voters, particularly those in minority areas, by encouraging groups of supporters to keep an eye on polling places.

Both the police and the Governor have denied any wrongdoing and have said the allegations are false. Pat McCrory by six points among likely voters, 51 percent to 45 percent - up from Cooper's one-point advantage earlier this month.

In this October 28, 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses while speaking at a rally in Des Moines, Iowa.

Waggoner was not going to vote for Clinton anyway, because as a doctor, Waggoner said she sees firsthand the inefficiency of the national health care plan that Clinton supports. "That would explain the surge in women saying they will vote for Trump and the way the party loyalty gap has closed". Several other right-leaning papers, including the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit News, the Union Leader of Manchester, N.H., the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal and the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch have backed Libertarian Gary Johnson. The number of Democratic ballots returned is down by 14.8 percent from this point in 2012, compared to Republicans' 8.8 percent decline. Ohio Democrats fear Trump's supporters will target African-American voters in Democratic-friendly areas such as Cleveland and Columbus in violation of the Ku Klux Klan and Voting Rights acts.

"These seem to be pieces of a puzzle that fit together that suggest that decreased interest among Democrats is depressing Clinton's poll numbers in these Midwestern states, " he said.

This survey was conducted October 23-26 among 814 likely Virginia voters.

749 Virginia likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.6 percentage points.

Respondents were first selected randomly using telephone or mail survey methods and later interviewed online.

"We are very confident that people will be able to vote free of intimidation and harassment", Pepper said.