Anti-Trump Republicans to run ads sgainst Trump in key states

Carla Harmon
August 30, 2016

For Trump, he clearly knows that there is an urgent need for a new image to get the votes of those critical about his caliber as a presidential candidate.

Ms Clinton's presidential campaign said it believed the would air in the hotly contested states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

"In just the past week, under the guise of "outreach" to African Americans, Trump has stood up in front of largely white audiences and described black communities in such insulting and ignorant terms".

"Donald Trump will articulate what we do with the people who are here", Pence said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union". It also shows headlines about a racial discrimination lawsuit the NY real estate mogul faced in the 1970s, Reuters reported, and a recording of comments he made in 2011. Do you think Donald Trump understands this analysis?

The new poll was taken August 25-28 and follows a series of reports related to the overlap between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department while Clinton was secretary of State.

"Hillary Clinton has given us so much to talk about really in the email scandal and her policies overseas".

The back-and-forth accusations came Thursday as the two candidates vie for minorities and any undecided voters with less than three months until Election Day.

Ms Clinton is eager to capitalise on Mr Trump's slipping poll numbers, particularly among moderate Republican women turned off by his controversial campaign.

On Thursday, Trump tried to get ahead of the Democratic nominee, addressing a crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire, minutes before Clinton spoke.

Since clinching her party's nomination in early June, Clinton has spent more than $77 million on television and radio advertising, largely targeting voters in battleground states, according to Kantar Media's political ad tracker.

In an interview on MSNBCs “Morning Joe, ” the Democratic presidential nominee kept up her verbal assault on Trumps campaign, asserting it is built on “prejudice and paranoia” and caters to a radical fringe of the Republican Party. Clinton, in her speech, reminded voters of his past inflammatory remarks and the support he enjoys among far-right groups. "You have no jobs", Trump says in one moment the ad pulled from a speech he gave in Virginia on Saturday.

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