Clinton seeks support from women in suburban Philadelphia

From Minnesota to the San Diego suburbs, Democrats are throwing millions of dollars into TV ads tethering House Republican candidates to Donald Trump.

In a see-sawing United States presidential race that has seen Republican candidate Donald Trump on the rise in August and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton buoyant in September, the destiny of the White House now rests exclusively on who will have the better October.

"But I need your help", she told the crowd.

Mitnick, a CPA and attorney who did taxes for Trump from the 1960s to 1996, said that when Trump was married to Ivana, she was the one more likely to ask questions about how the taxes were prepared.

More important, Trump's utter inability to play straight with America about his taxes indisputably signals that he would infect the Oval Office with an instinct to evade when the going gets tough.

Trump has not said whether he has paid federal income taxes in recent years and has refused to release his tax returns.

Asked whether Trump had displayed any ability to work the tax code as he's said, Mitnick said: "Not when I dealt with him". "What kind of genius loses $1 billion in a single year?"

Fewer than 24 percent of registered voters polled said they had a favorable view of Trump's charity, Morning Consult found in a survey taken before the New York Attorney General yesterday ordered the foundation to stop accepting donations from outside sources. "Hillary Clinton is resting", he added. "I wish that people really understood that stronger together, that putting families and children first, isn't rhetorical for my mom", she said. But it's still less than the 15-point polling lead she had following the Democratic National Convention in late July.Chalk up Clinton's improved poll numbers to voters" take on the first presidential debate and the controversies Trump faced last week, said G. Terry Madonna, the Franklin & Marshall Poll director.But with polls constantly shifting as the candidates face different controversies, it's still tough to say what will happen when voters head to the polls November 8, Madonna said."The one thing I don't think anybody wants to say is: "This thing is over, ' " he said.

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As the Bridgegate scandal rapidly spiraled out of control, David Wildstein testified he began telling Christie aides the truth. Baroni, a former executive at the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey and Bridget Kelly, New Jersey Gov.

Forty-eight percent of likely millennial voters are supporting Clinton, with 27% of voters aged 18 to 34 backing Trump. As with polling in other states, the size of the gender gap appears to be directly related to Hillary Clinton's margin over Trump. "I started working at the age of 16, and I've always paid taxes", she said.

"NOLs are a very ordinary part of the US tax code and tax codes throughout the world", said Kyle Pomerleau, director of federal projects at the Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan think tank.

The Democratic candidate continued to attack her Republican opponent when she commented on the remarks made by one of his top advisers, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Trump's campaign initiated the event with the union, which voted Friday to endorse the GOP nominee. Upon being questioned after the debate, Trump stated that he was referring to Bill Clinton's extra-marital affairs when he was President.

Remember the 8th of November: Democrats in OH and elsewhere are collecting GOP candidates' statements of support for Trump in hopes of using them as political weapons in 2017 and beyond, according to Politico's Edward-Isaac Dovere.

The state's Republican Sen. Perhaps that most of the losses Trump claimed from business implosions actually fell on his lenders - in other words, that burning through other people's money became Trump's ticket to living tax free.

The Times said Monday it hadn't heard further from Trump's lawyers. "It's smart not to pay for veterans?" 3 using phone interviews with 402 likely voters in the state.

Portman gets pastors' blessing: Portman's campaign announced Monday he has picked up endorsements Monday from 28 black pastors from around OH, including 15 from Cleveland.

"I thought it was wrong from a philosophical standpoint", said Mitnick.

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