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Even Fox News Knows Trump's Voter Fraud Claims Are Garbage

Trump and Clinton at the 2nd debate At Clinton rally, Obama to try to tie Republicans to Trump
Carmela Zoppi | 19 Ottobre, 2016, 23:02

That hasn't happened in America since 1984, when Ronald Reagan defeated Walter Mondale by winning 49 out of 50 states, 525 electoral votes to 13.

Clinton (54 percent) expanded her lead over Trump (30 percent) by 4 percentage points in the Empire State since the last Siena poll of likely voters in mid-September. Most observers thought Hillary Clinton won the first one handily, in part by goading Trump into counter-productive outbursts against Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe contestant he had insulted.

Toward the beginning of the last debate, Trump suggested Clinton was "the devil", said she had "hate in her heart" and shuttled Bill Clinton's accusers from a pre-debate spectacle he live streamed with them to the debate hall - and that was when there were questions about a Trump comeback.

It wasn't just that Clinton came off as better prepared, that the majority of viewers said she won, or that she managed a surprisingly artful "shimmy" after nailing one of the debate answers.

With Hillary coming out of the second debate with another clear win-57 percent to Trump's 34 percent according to the CNN/ORC snap poll-the odds are in her favor to take home a third and final win. On Monday, interviews she had with Federal Bureau of Investigation officials over her private email server were released. It will be moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News. That is "double the number of undecided voters found when the previous SurveyUSA poll was conducted, 17 days ago, just after the first presidential debate".

Both of the prior two debates were bruising affairs that generated many more headlines from the candidates' attacks on each other than from any policy discussion.

Trump has been damaged by accusations that he made unwanted sexual advances toward women - which he denies - and concerns about his claims that the election will be rigged against him. Instead, he blasted Mr. Trump with charges that he degraded political discourse in the United States and built a following by exploiting the fears of white voters who feel displaced by economic and social changes.

No need for him to go out to battle on all subjects, explained Kall, adding that Trump should focus on issues such as where the server private e-mail of Hillary Clinton and the recent revelations of Wikileaks on the Democratic candidate, which NY billionaire considered it the most corrupt person to ever be a presidential candidate.

With a number of Republican officials in open revolt against Trump and anxious that he will be a drag on the rest of the ticket, watch to see whether Trump gins up more discord with his party - and whether Clinton steps in to make the case for Democratic control of the House and Senate.

Clinton's goal is to keep the focus off her.

Wikileaks released 2,060 internal emails from Clinton's campaign manager John Podesta. There is gaming out of verbal traps for her to avoid. There are suggestions about how to effectively push back a line of argument. Practices are hours long. She spoke to Fox News on Wednesday ahead of the third and final presidential debate.

An average of recent national polls shows Clinton with about 46 per cent support to 39 per cent for Trump and 6.4 per cent for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. Still, he's continued to eschew the mock debates and multiday prep sessions that he's criticizing Clinton for.

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