New national poll shows Trump with single-point lead over Clinton

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

He's the estranged husband of Huma Abedin, one of Clinton's closest aides, who was conspicuously absent today from Clinton's campaign plane.

It is believed the laptop belongs to Mr Weiner.

With more than 23 million ballots already cast through early voting, it's unclear whether Mr. Trump has the time or organizational capacity to improve his standing enough over the next week to win the White House.

"It is a sign of the Clinton Campaign's troubling times when even the White House can not defend their desperate accusations". "If they fired Donna Brazile, why aren't they firing Hillary Clinton, why is she allowed to run?" he asked, saying she is "unfit" to be president.

The unexpected turn in the email controversy shook financial markets' conviction of a Clinton victory in the election and the USA dollar slipped against major currencies in early Asian trading on Monday. When the couple was married in 2010, former USA president Bill Clinton officiated at the ceremony.

Clinton's advisers were stunned by Comey's decision to publicly alert Congress that the bureau had new information that could be pertinent to its initial email investigation.

But the absence of one of her closest confidantes, the woman she has described as being akin to a second daughter, from her side for the last three days is a sign that Clinton is taking nothing for granted.

"The US intelligence community is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of emails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organisations. these thefts and disclosures are meant to interfere with the US election process", it said. "The device supposedly at issue now belonged to Anthony, not her".

The issue that Clinton used a private email account, not the secure State Department one provided for her when she was secretary of state, first came up during Gowdy's congressional investigation into the events surrounding the Benghazi attack on September 11, 2012.

Mr Nunes said Ms Abedin had asked another aide to remove items Ms Abedin had left in a auto during a trip to India. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken, should push for emergency testimony so that voters can know what they are dealing with as this tumultuous election heads into its final week.

She could be facing up to five years in prison, if found to be lying, Daily Mail reports.

But Kenneth Gross, former associate general counsel of the Federal Election Commission, said Comey's letter fell outside the FBI director's normal duties as there is no legal obligation to disclose details of an ongoing probe to Congress.

This all goes to say that Trump has a lot of work to do in the last seven days to land in the White House. "He's led Clinton numerically just twice before, (a 2-percentage-point lead) in late May, after he clinched the GOP nomination while Clinton was still in a duel with Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race". But he also said President Barack Obama does not believe Comey was trying to influence the election, or strategizing to benefit one candidate or party. The party's leader in the United States senate, Harry Reid, suggested he may have broken the Hatch Act, a federal law that prohibits FBI officials from using their official authority to influence an election. Does the left really believe, given the crisis of public trust in institutions, that Comey should have said nothing in July despite the fact that he believed she had broken the law through her gross negligence?

Campaigning in Pennsylvania, a state where some health care premiums are expected to go up by more than 40%, Republican candidate Mr Trump presented an alternate healthcare proposal at a joint appearance with running mate Mike Pence. "We're on offense everywhere", said Trump deputy campaign manager David Bossie. With a warrant in the FBI's possession, agents can read Weiner's emails and determine if any of the messages are relevant to Mrs. Clinton's server.

"I have made clear that the White House will be scrupulous about avoiding even the appearance of political interference in prosecutorial and investigative decisions", he said.



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