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Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

Around 17 percent said they were undecided between these two options. And the RealClearPolitics polling average has Trump ahead by just 2.5 points.

One quirk of the IBD data is that it doesn't replicate the trend of Trump remaining flat while Hillary's numbers decline.

But more revelations about her private email server or the Clinton Foundation could reinforce the perception that she's not trustworthy.

Vice President Joe Biden is praising Tim Kaine, his possible successor, as a man who is highly qualified for the job and capable of handling any challenge that Hillary Clinton may throw his way.

But Jim Jordan, former executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, says those voters are equally likely to be "pretty disgusted" by the refusal of most Republican candidates to renounce Trump-or may simply stay home if the presidential race looks decided.

Meanwhile, the Manhattan mogul blew hot and cold and hot again as he "flip flopped" on his signature pledge to build a huge wall on the border with Mexico and boot out 11 million illegal immigrants, including an estimated 450,000 from India. He recently suggested that he would be a better president than Clinton for African Americans, and has taken steps, including a meeting this week with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, to reach out to immigrants. "You look at moving red lines, of feigning resets with Russian Federation".

A poll conducted by Fox News showed Trump gaining on Clinton.

"It always makes much more of an impression, I think, when you see things firsthand", he said.

"For viewers, it creates a scenario that virtually compels them to watch", he says. We've been very clear.

Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

And after declining to release all of Clinton's daily schedules before Election Day, the State Department abruptly agreed to turn them over by mid-October to the Associated Press (AP). "There are methodologies by which we can do it". You need a ticket to get in church?

But not everyone in Trump camp approved: A member of Trump's National Hispanic Advisory Council resigned after the GOP candidate's speech Wednesday evening in Phoenix, reports Politico. While Trump publicly maintains support from numerous high-ranking GOP officials, a striking number of discussions among Republicans in Washington often begin with an assumption that Clinton will be president come January. "What I heard today was not realistic and not compassionate". Libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson received 9 percent while Green Party candidate Jill Stein got 4 percent.

In a statement to CNN, Lujan rejected the notion that House Republicans can separate themselves from the top of the ticket, saying, "it's undeniable that this is a nationalized election dictated by Donald Trump, and House races are shifting based on forces larger than the individual districts themselves". He harbors "no illusion that Hillary Clinton is flawless", but views her as "without doubt, a superior choice to Donald Trump".

She enters the fall with a decided advantage, both in terms of history and in this year's campaign.

Clinton's campaign needs to maximize voter turnout among members of the "Obama coalition" - the legions of black, Latino, unmarried women and young voters who powered him to two decisive victories. But with Trump lagging in most polls and Election Day two months off, many in the GOP view the strategy as low-risk because of the deep antipathy many Republicans hold toward Clinton.

Phone volunteer James McMillian of Newark, Ohio, makes a call seeking support for Hillary Clinton at the Ohio Together Hillary Clinton campaign office in Newark, Ohio, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016.

The campaign will air an ad called "Role Models" starting Friday, which aired in other states over the summer. Of those, Clinton is solidly leading in Illinois, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire; the Democratic Senate nominees also lead in those states.

After months of fuming over the loss of USA manufacturing jobs as companies shift operations to Mexico, Trump was less confrontational in Cincinnati, saying he and Peña Nieto had "talked about the importance of working to keep jobs and wealth in our hemisphere".

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Visitors look at the Kilauea volcano summit crater at Hawaii National Park, Hawaii on Friday, Sept. 2, 2016. A high surf warning is in effect for exposed, east shores of all islands through Sunday afternoon.



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