Trump vows to spend big on election race

Trump, who has struggled to earn the support of minority voters, bemoaned that "too many African-Americans have been left behind and unveiled a handful of new proposals aimed at revitalizing impoverished urban areas". And 13 days before we know if pro-life Republicans maintain control of the United States Senate, an important bulwark should Planned Parenthood's all-time favorite candidate prevail November 8.

What about Ohio? Trump is tied in the Suffolk University poll and up four points in the Remington Research poll which sampled nearly four times as many people.

A source familiar with the conversation said Trump did not do as Priebus asked.

Outside groups backing Clinton are better funded than those supporting Trump, the reports show.

Trump also said he was confident of victory next month despite poll numbers showing him lagging behind Hillary Clinton.

Veterans invited to visit schools for special honors on Friday
The service will honor all veterans, however as in years past, special presentations will be made to selected veterans. Following the parade, the American Legion is hosting a free lunch for participants at 276 Eighth Ave.

Republican nominee Donald Trump is warning of World War III if his rival Democrat Hillary Clinton is elected. "This is the most cruel thing you can say to grieving parents, that if I was there this would not have happened", Khan told ABC News today in response to Trump's comments.

Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, who led 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain's campaign, said the hotel stop was the latest inexplicable act from Trump and was atypical behaviour for someone trying to win the White House.

If Democrats in Florida, North Carolina, Nevada, Colorado and Arizona are in fact casting votes for the Democrats then it could be virtually impossible for Trump to mount a comeback, according to the Associated Press.

"For the first time, Clinton is weaker with Democrats (89% in the four-way) than Trump is with Republicans (92% in the four-way)".

For months, most polls have shown Clinton leading Trump in the popular vote.

Stocks, dollar rally after Clinton cleared
S&P e-mini futures were last up 1.25 percent in a surge of volume as electronic trading kicked off for the week at 6 p.m. Brent crude, which is used to price worldwide oils, gained 57 cents, or 1.3%, at 46.15 dollars a barrel in London.

Trump can't afford to lose any Republican states either.

Overall, voters are more likely to have a favorable than unfavorable opinion of both Pence (45 percent to 36 percent) and Kaine (44 percent to 31 percent).

Trump's unpopularity has opened surprising opportunities for Clinton as the White House race barrels toward its finish.

The Pew Research poll was conducted between October 20 and October 25 and surveyed 2,583 adults across the country. Marco Rubio up by four percentage points in his race with Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy, with 12 percent of voters undecided. People selected for KnowledgePanel who didn't have access to the internet were provided access for free.

Clinton, Trump claim momentum, barnstorm battleground states in final election push
Mr Podesta also accused Mr Trump of being an advocate of Russian foreign policy and rejecting the bipartisan U.S. approach. So over the course of seven days, the poll's full sample size, she actually has increased her lead since the announcement.

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