President Obama Encourages Respect After Trump Supporter Interrupts Speech

In a security scare, Trump was bundled off stage by Secret Service agents at a rally in Nevada after someone in the crowd shouted “gun” which led to a commotion. “Third of all, he was elderly and we’ve got to respect our elders”.

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Mr Trump spoke at a rally on Saturday morning in Tampa, Florida, where he continued to criticise Mrs Clinton for supporting the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, in the wake of an announcement that premiums are going to rise next year. He had been at 33 percent in October.

“North Carolina, plus one of the smaller battleground states, is the same number as Michigan”, Mook explained. Clinton beats him there by just 1 point, according to polls. Libertarian Gary Johnson earns 5% and Green Party nominee Jill Stein takes 2%.

With four days before Election Day, Republicans are increasingly optimistic about Mr Trump winning.

The Washington Post/ABC daily tracking poll showed Ms Clinton ahead of Mr Trump by 4 percentage points.

There is still a large contingent of undecided voters that the candidates could sway, according to the final POLITICO/Morning Consult poll before the election. Trump said the FBI’s fresh examination of emails that may be related to Clinton’s use of a private email server for government work while she was secretary of state could lead to “a constitutional crisis”.

Clinton’s long-held lead in New Hampshire has collapsed in recent days and nationwide the gap between them has remarkably narrowed to the margin of error in some opinion polls after the Federal Bureau of Investigation revived questions about the Democratic nominee’s use of a private email server as secretary of state. She was up five points in the two-way last week (49-44 percent, October 22-25).

The Democratic candidate is also doing better with those who have already cast their ballots, but the Republican candidate holds a lead among voters who plan to do so on election day.

They split the support of whites with a college degree: Trump got 45 per cent to Clinton’s 42 per cent.

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A once-comfortable lead for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in New Mexico has all but evaporated in the last three weeks, if a series of surveys from ZiaPoll are accurate. “Much of the movement is a result of increased enthusiasm among Republicans”, Politico wrote. The president is deploying the phrase “c’mon, man” to great _ and sometimes humorous _ effect in the midst of an aggressive burst of campaigning to help elect Clinton on Tuesday.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump are barnstorming battleground states in the final 48-hours ahead of the November 8 election