Scientific public polling demonstrates that the clear majority of Democrats and progressive voters favor Hillary Clinton for president. Similarly, the vast majority of Republicans, self-identified conservatives and evangelicals favor Donald Trump.
According to a Fox News poll released on Friday evening, if the election were held that day, either major-party candidate is in a position to win the Electoral College. The contest would come down to Florida, which at the time leaned mildly towards Clinton, per the latest Fox news poll.
The Clinton campaign is reportedly concerned that Gary Johnson is polling higher than prior Libertarian candidates. Johnson is drawing some prospective Clinton supporters away. So the Clinton campaign states they will target Johnson with negative ads in key markets.
The pro-Clinton New York Times has dropped their October Surprise on the GOP nominee. The revelation from an illegally obtained Trump tax return claims the GOP nominee used a legal write-down to avoid paying income taxes for up to 18 years.
The NY Times broke the scandal that launched the FBI investigation into Hillary’s EmailGate. However, the openly pro-Clinton paper has shied away from diving aggressively into the Clinton Foundation, Hillary’s speeches to Goldman Sachs and other low-hanging Clinton campaign fruit as they have Trump and his – legal – tax strategy.
Meanwhile, WikiLeaks had stated they will delay their own leaked revelations against Hillary Clinton, allegedly over safety concerns. Will they release their documents later? That now seems unclear.
Weekend headlines from across the political spectrum are below. “We Provide, You Decide.” ©
|Politico||Christie, Giuliani on tax bombshell: Trump is a “genius”|
|CNN||George W. Bush’s daughter attends Clinton fundraiser in Paris|
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Submitted by L. A. “Tony” Kovach to the Daily Business News, MHProNews.