Ted Cruz endorses Donald Trump for president

"I do not know which Donald Trump will show up", she said at a recent fundraiser in NY.

News believes that the first presidential debate could be one of the most watched events of all time. "If she's respectful of me, that'll be nice", he said. Perhaps most crucially, 56 per cent of voters say they would be afraid. In swing states, Trump has now pulled ahead in OH and Florida, though he continues to struggle gaining traction in other battleground states like Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Virginia.

Only 6 percent of those surveyed favored Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and 7 percent remained undecided, according to the poll, which was conducted September 18 to September 20.

Almost three in four do not view him as even somewhat civil or compassionate.

Among Independents who are likely to vote, Clinton edges out Trump with 40 percent compared to Trump's 38 percent of likely votes.

"He was always a decent guy even with his marriages and everything", said David Singer, a retiree from Simsbury, Connecticut. "And if she's respectful of me, that'll be nice".

Speaking at a rally at a union hall in Houston, Kaine said Trump has a troubling history of calling women "fat pigs" and "dogs". "The smaller her debate book, the better off she'll be", said Sam Popkin, who's prepped four Democratic candidates for debates and played Ronald Reagan in Jimmy Carter's debate prep sessions. She's likely to repeat such assertions on Monday, backing them up perhaps by citing Trump's complimentary statements about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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"The poll shows that Donald Trump is getting his message across, because he has promised most of these goals as part of his platform", B. Jay Cooper, a former deputy White House press secretary and communications director for the Republican National Committee, stated.

"Our most cherished values are at stake", Clinton told students at Temple University on Monday.

Ms Clinton has taken some time off this week to prepare for the debate, making only two campaign stops in battleground states Pennsylvania and Florida.

This year, Clinton's campaign and allies have spent more than $180 million on TV and radio advertising between mid-June and this week, according to Kantar Media's political ad tracker. Bottom line: there's no evidence to support Trump's claim.

Meanwhile, Senor and Democratic strategist Michael Feldman, who helped run Al Gore's 2000 presidential run, revealed what goes into a winning debate.

When third-party candidates are added, Clinton leads Trump by six points at 45 to 39 percent.

Donald Trump has considerably less experience than Ms Clinton on the debate stage against a single opponent.

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Ted Cruz plans to indicate soon his intention to vote for Donald Trump in the November election, said a person familiar with Cruz's deliberations who was not authorized to speak publicly about the decision.

Most American voters don't see his backers as deplorable.

Just 42 per cent say Clinton is at least somewhat compassionate, but Trump fares worse, at 25 per cent.

Voters seem to share Clinton's concerns.

FALSE: Clinton supports open borders. The name-calling. The bullying. The poll enjoyed a 4 percentage point margin of error.

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

The senator cited Trump's stances on Supreme Court nominations, health care, energy, immigration, national security and "internet freedom" in explaining his newfound support for his party's standard-bearer.

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