Clinton And Trump Campaign In Florida With Election 2 Weeks Away

The U.S. presidential election is exactly two weeks away and both candidates are hitting the campaign trail in Florida to pick up last minute momentum to reach the White House as early voting gets underway in a host of U.S. states.

Today Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Coconut Creek, Florida, an important battleground state where both candidates have spent considerable time campaigning.

Trump is campaigning today in Sanford and Tallahassee, Florida.

According to a CBS/YouGov poll released on Sunday, Clinton has a +3 point lead in Florida where she has gained 46 percent support compared to Trump’s 43 percent.

The latest Real Clear Politics average from 10/13- 10/24 shows Clinton has a + 5.1 percent lead, based on an average of the major national polls in a 4 way matchup that includes Johnson and Stein.

New polls released today are showing Clinton is maintaining her lead over Trump.

A new IBD/Tipp poll released today shows Clinton has a + 1 percent lead (42 percent to Trump’s 41 percent) in a 4 way race.

An NBC News/SM poll shows Clinton with a +5 point advantage (46 percent to Trump’s 41 percent) in a 4 way race and another ABC News Tracking poll shows Clinton with a +12 point lead.

Yesterday Senator Elizabeth Warren joined the stage with Clinton yesterday at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire with a message that Clinton supports equality and will lower college costs, help the economy, and work to lower prescription drug costs.

Clinton criticized Trump’s statement that he may not accept the results of the presidential election and slammed the Republican nominee for his comments about the battle for Mosul in Iraq which he already concluded is turning out to be a “total disaster” and the U.S. is “looking so dumb.”

Clinton attacked Trump for tweeting Mosul is turning out to be a “total disaster” and for his past comments that he knows more about ISIS than U.S. commanders.

“He’s basically declaring defeat before the battle has even started. He’s proving to the world what it means to have an unqualified commander in chief ” Clinton said.

Clinton said that she believes that the U.S. is safer where we work together with our allies in strength and intelligence.

Yesterday Trump continued to attack the media and claimed pollsters are oversampling Democrats.

Trump also tweeted his latest conspiracy theory that Dems are “making up phony polls in order to suppress the the [sic] Trump.”

Although trailing by over 5 percent according to the latest updated Real Clear Politics average of all major polls, Trump declared that he’s “winning” and claimed the press is “refusing to report it.”

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