Through an examination of portions of Trump's 1995 tax records, the New York Times determined that Trump declared $916 million in losses in his 1995 income tax returns - "a deduction that could have allowed him to legally avoid paying any federal income taxes for up to 18 years", the article stated. Duke graduate student Jennifer Lenart, 23, is among them, citing ongoing wrangles, including Clinton's use of a private email server while she ran the State Department.
Mr Trump's campaign said he had paid "hundreds of millions" of dollars in other kinds of taxes over the years, and supporters noted the story did not allege any illegal tax dodging.
THE CHARGE: 'Hillary Clinton's only loyalty is to her financial contributors and to herself. Giuliani, who has been married three times, was accused of cheating on his second spouse. "How anyone can lose a dollar, let alone a billion dollars, in the casino industry is beyond me". In North Carolina, the Democrat leads over the Republican nominee 49 percent to 46 percent, and she leads Trump in Pennsylvania, 48 percent to 43 percent.
He says, "We are losing so many great people that can be taken care of if they have proper care".
"Giuliani, former NY mayor, said Trump "had some failures and then he built an empire" and called the businessman 'a genius at how to take advantage of legal remedies that can help your company survive and grow, '" reports the Associated Press.
Mr Trump has engaged in a feud with a former beauty queen he called "Miss Piggy" because she gained weight during her reign. The Monmouth poll showed Clinton beating Trump among moderates by 15 points.
"It's win-win in Pennsylvania for Hillary Clinton".
The challenge for Clinton is evident even among young Republicans who say they plan to back Trump. Those documents show Trump lost more than $900 million in an assortment of business ventures that year, an amount that may have allowed him to legally avoid paying any federal income taxes for almost two decades afterward.
Conservative voters in the most Republican counties in Wisconsin remain largely undecided about voting for presidential nominee Donald Trump, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter said Monday. But those sentiments just aren't so easily transferred to his preferred successor, even as young voters resoundingly reject Trump and, as a whole, declare Clinton more honest and more qualified than the GOP nominee.
He said that Clinton's "only experience in cybersecurity" was her "criminal" attempt to keep her emails hidden.
Meanwhile, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced Monday that requests for absentee ballots are running higher this year than for the 2012 presidential election.
'Here's a woman, she's supposed to fight all of these different things, and she can't make it 15 feet to her auto.' He added, Give me a break'.
Clinton, meanwhile, is winning among OH women, with 51 percent to 39 percent, according to the poll. "In 35 days, veterans, and all Americans, will have an opportunity to show Donald Trump - and the world - that we won't stand for his small-minded, racist, bigoted vision for our country". There is no evidence that the Clinton's misused the money.