MTP Host Chuck Todd stops him, asks him if it's fair to call him that.
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HRC is using the oldest play in the Dem playbook- when their policies fail, they are left w/this one tired argument!https://t.co/FNbCMmwLTn— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 25, 2016
“Hillary Clinton is going to try to accuse this campaign, and the millions of decent Americans who support this campaign, of being racists,” Trump predicted at his rally in Manchester, New Hampshire. “It’s the oldest play in the Democratic playbook: say ‘You’re racist, you’re racist, you’re racist.’ It’s a tired, disgusting argument. It’s the last refuge of the discredited Democratic politician.”
WASHINGTON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange said on Wednesday his organization planned to release "significant" information linked to the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton before the Nov. 8 election.
Asked if the data could be a game-changer in the election, the Australian told Fox News in an interview conducted by satellite: "I think it's significant. You know, it depends on how it catches fire in the public and in the media."
Donald Trump edges Hillary Clinton in Florida, a new poll shows.
On Wednesday, a day after St. Leo University released a poll showing Clinton beating Trump by 14 percent in the Sunshine State, Florida Atlantic University’s Business and Economics Polling Initiative released a poll showing the Republican ahead.
Trump pulls 43 percent in the FAU poll while Clinton takes 41 percent. Gary Johnson, the former New Mexico governor who is running again on the Libertarian line, gets 8 percent while 5 percent are undecided.
Both candidates are upside down in Florida. Trump is seen as favorable by 41 percent while 56 percent view him as unfavorable. Clinton is seen as favorable by 40 percent while 58 percent view her as unfavorable.
Men go for Trump 46 percent to 36 percent but women break Clinton’s way 45 percent to 41 percent. Almost half -- 49 percent--of white voters are for Trump while 33 percent are for Clinton. The Democrat gets 50 percent of Hispanics while 40 percent are for Trump. African Americans are for Clinton 68 percent to 20 percent.
Hillary Clinton continues to hold a large national lead over Donald Trump, 50 percent to 42 percent, weeks after the Democratic National Convention.
Clinton's 8-point advantage is virtually unchanged from her 9-point lead last week, and she has seen similar margins since the end of July. These results are according to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll among registered voters
In a four-way general election match-up, Clinton holds a 5-point margin over Trump 43-38 percent, while Libertarian Gary Johnson garners 11 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 5 percent.
Trump faces a steep climb if he is to win non-white voters. Results from the latest tracking poll show that only 8 percent of black voters support him, compared to 87 percent who support Clinton. Trump is also behind among Hispanic voters with 22 percent compared to 73 percent who support Clinton. Asian Americans also overwhelmingly support Clinton, 66 percent to 23 percent who support Trump.