It's really not hard to see why Clinton is pulling away. Here's another attack ad zeroing in on Trump using Republicans. The Clinton Machine continues to successfully paint Trump into a corner. Trump will respond by flying in and making a speech today in a state Republicans haven't carried since 1984. Yesterday he was campaigning in Maine. Oh, is that a battleground state? Really?
Think of all of the wasted time Trump could have been doing the VERY same attack ads on Hillary - Her lying right through her teeth on FNS to Chris Wallace, her lying again yesterday on Denver radio, the DNC firing staffers over the leaked emails, the low GDP numbers, the $400m ransom paid to the Mullahs in Iran that the Adm. LIED about. But, there's nothing. He'll give a speech and that'll be enough. (Shaking my head)
Hillary Clinton's campaign is capitalizing on Republican dismay over GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump with a new ad showing Republicans denouncing him.
The ad that begins airing nationally on cable television Friday includes former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden saying: "If he governs consistent with some of the things he's said as a candidate, I would be very frightened."
[Clinton campaign broadens outreach to Republicans as candidate struggles]
And conservative writer Charles Krauthammer cautions: "You have to ask yourself, do I want a person of that temperament in control of the nuclear codes? And as of now, I'd have to say no."