Clinton, Trump stage dueling rallies as race narrows

Mr Trump, who has accepted the endorsement of the National Rifle Association, told a rally in October: "Hillary wants to essentially abolish the Second Amendment", which guarantees the right to bear arms.

"He has said so much stuff, our media and our culture has become too reality-TV-ised", he said. Clinton has led in Virginia wire-to-wire in the race thus far, and neither candidate is now scheduled to return to the Old Dominion.

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The RealClearPolitics polling average calculates Clinton has a 2.6 lead in a four-way tie-up, and a 1.7 per cent lead when just she and Trump are pitted against one another. Clinton plans her final Democratic "Unity" rally with the president and first lady in Philadelphia on Monday night.

"Stay on point, '" Trump teasingly quoted his staff as saying, as he campaigned on Wednesday in Florida. Senator Ted Cruz, his Republican primary foe, did campaign with vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence outside Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday, but he never mentioned Trump by name in a 14-minute speech. She calls it a "desperate act" by supporters of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. "Clinton is advancing issues dear to the common America like equal pay for equal work, job growth, labour laws, the criminal justice system, climate change which is both a threat and business and Medicare", outlined O'Malley. The attack is aimed at appealing to moderate Republicans and independents who have been the holdouts of his campaign, turned off by his behavior but equally repelled by the possible return to Washington of Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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On Sunday, Clinton campaigns in New Hampshire early in the day, and President Obama will do so on her behalf later. Ms. Abedin was one of the few people who had access to an account on Mrs. Clinton's secret server. He must win Florida to win the White House, which polls show remains a neck-and-neck race.

To win the White House, Trump needs to win some states that were leaning toward Hillary Clinton just last week.

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He was boosted by a rare campaign appearance by his wife Melania. Clinton and her groups are slated to spend about $53.5 million while Trump and his groups were slated to air $30.5 million worth of ads.


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