Clinton tied with Trump in Iowa in new Quinnipiac University Poll

Clinton tied with Trump in Iowa in new Quinnipiac University Poll

Trump started his speech in the Queen City here glorying in new controversy clouding Clinton's candidacy.

She looked poised to shatter "that highest, hardest glass ceiling" she couldn't quite reach in a 2008 race against Barack Obama.

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.

The emails in question were on a device belonging to Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former NY congressman who is separated from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

It was a standard day in the life of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, as the Republican nominee spent much of his time on the campaign trail Thursday making outrageous and insulting comments.

During the October fundraising period, Trump's standing in the polls declined following the release of a recording in which he made lewd remarks about women, and the subsequent claims by several women that he kissed or groped them without their permission.

"This is not something to be made right of, because there have been too many times in world history where somebody gets elected and the last election have to not only stand up for whoever our candidates are, we have to stand up for the process of electing them", she said.

The leak of internal Clinton campaign emails has leveled the playing field a bit, Collins said, and he expects Trump will win definitively next month.

In his Friday letter to congressional leaders, Comey wrote only that new emails have emerged, prompting the agency to "take appropriate investigative steps" to review the information that may be pertinent to its previously closed investigation into Clinton private email system. It is highly unlikely that Clinton makes a serious run to carry Texas, but multiple polls showing the same unlikely result are hard to be ignore.

After weeks of devastating headlines, the Republican nominee seemed to give himself a break.

In New Hampshire, the state's politics are disproportionately influenced by women: the state's governor, two senators and a majority of its state Senate are women. She ignored shouted questions from reporters as she walked off her plane in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "Who does that?" she asked. The latest contribution reports, up to date as of Wednesday, show he had given a little more than $33,000 this month.

Clinton supports a path toward citizenship for those in the country illegally. "We're not going to spend our campaign fighting back what the Russians want this to be about".

Betsy Ebeling, Clinton's childhood friend, joined Clinton on the campaign trail Friday, seemingly sitting with Clinton as she learned about the news. Trump has narrowed the gap in public opinion polls between him and Clinton nationally and in some battleground states where the election is likely to be decided.

"Here's two people, Hillary and Bill Clinton, who really devoted a lot to African Americans", Trump said.

The project estimated she would win by 320 votes to 218, with 278 votes solidly for the Democrat. "North Carolina appears to be moving in her direction also". But her plans for a smooth run in to Election Day are in tatters and her campaign has been forced into a tactical shift, unleashing its full fury on the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief. He is to campaign in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Sunday and in MI on Monday, two states that have voted Democratic in recent presidential elections and appeared poised to do so again.

Finance reports filed Thursday show Clinton's campaign raised almost twice as much money as Trump's in the first 19 days of October and had almost four times as much cash on hand.

Clinton's campaign and joint accounts with Democrats had $153 million in the bank as of last week.

"We are being incredibly efficient with the dollars we have".

While Trump previously referred to the Clinton email affair at the biggest scandal "since" Watergate, he has since changed his tune.

He added, "I obviously want to see more on the air and with our communications, digitally and on television".

We're gonna work on our ghettos ... take a look at what's going on where you have pockets of, areas of land, where you have the inner cities, and you have so many things, so many problems, so many disgusting, awful problems - the violence, the death, the lack of education, no jobs.



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