Trump Says He Will Win On Surge Of Silent Supporters

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Republicans fear for party’s future

By Niall Stanage

The Republican Party is in crisis — and it is going to get worse before it gets better.

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Trump’s talk of rigged election grabs the spotlight

By Rebecca Savransky

Trump is claiming the media is working with Hillary Clinton’s campaign to ensure a victory for the Democratic nominee.

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Women will doom Trump

By Juan Williams

OPINION: The GOP nominee’s poor standing with female voters almost guarantees a Clinton win.

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Trump focuses on four key states
By Ben Kamisar

Donald Trump’s campaign is narrowing its focus to four swing states as the Republican nominee’s path to the White House continues to constrict.

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Trump attacks Ryan on Twitter ahead of Wis. rally

By Harper Neidig

Donald Trump on Sunday attacked House Speaker Paul Ryan on Twitter, just a day before he’s scheduled to campaign in the Wisconsin Republican’s home state of Wisconsin.

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Warren: Trump ‘makes me furious’

By Cyra Master

Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) hit the campaign trail Sunday evening on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Friend of Trump accuser backs up allegation

By Harper Neidig

A friend of former “Apprentice” contestant Summer Zervos, who is one of the women who accused Donald Trump of groping her in the past, came forward on Sunday to corroborate her story.

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Climate change makes waves in Fla. race

By Devin Henry

Climate change is turning into a critical election issue for many Florida candidates — and not just Democrats.

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Arizona Republic responses to threats after presidential endorsement

By Rebecca Savransky

The Arizona Republic has responded to an influx of threats it has received since it endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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By The Hill staff

Up to one million people could flee Iraq’s second-largest city.

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The New York Times: Officials fight Donald Trump’s claims of a rigged vote
By Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns
Mr. Trump sowed doubts about the integrity of the democratic process on Sunday even as his own running mate assured voters the election would be legitimate.
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The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump says he will win on surge of silent supporters
By Michael C. Bender and Dante Chinni
Republican argues that a wave of silent backers has gone undetected by polls and the political establishment.
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The Washington Post: As Trump falters, Clinton weighs whether to expand her map
By John Wagner, Abby Phillip and Jose A. DelReal
The Democratic presidential nominee is ahead in nearly all key battlegrounds and competitive in some traditionally red states. Will she try for a landslide or stick to the plan that could deliver her a resounding electoral college victory?
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The Associated Press: Emails show Clinton’s response to LGBT backlash
By Josh Lederman and Ken Thomas
Hacked emails released in daily dispatches over the weekend by the WikiLeaks group showed Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff worried about a response to the gay community’s backlash over a comment concerning former first lady Nancy Reagan and AIDS. Also among the documents are transcripts of Clinton speeches and question-and-answer sessions that Goldman Sachs hosted in 2013, appearances for which she received hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Bloomberg: Provoked by Trump, Bill Clinton keeps focus on economy
By Jennifer Epstein
In rural areas where his wife is struggling, the former president has proven an effective weapon.
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