Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump among Millennials, while still massive, has narrowed as the presidential election heads into its final stretch, a USA TODAY/Rock the Vote Millennial Poll finds.
Nine days before the vote, the 69-year-old former secretary of state hit the campaign trail hard in the battleground state of Florida.
The news took the shine off what should have been a good day for Clinton, with President Barack Obama's Democratic administration announcing stronger than expected economic growth numbers. The project estimated she would win by 320 votes to 218, with 278 votes solidly for the Democrat.
His message was welcomed by supporters, but his location frustrated anxious Republicans who fear their nominee is riding his unorthodox political playbook too long - even as Clinton's developing email problems offer new political opportunity. Comey, in a letter to Congress on Friday, said the Federal Bureau of Investigation had recently come upon new emails while pursuing an unrelated case and was reviewing whether they were classified.
"First we knew about it is, I assume, when you knew about it, when this letter sent to Republican members of the House was released", Clinton said.
Hilary Clinton is slamming Donald Trump's lack of charitable giving, saying "it's always Donald Trump first and everyone else second". "He abuses his power, he games the system and doesn't care who is left holding the bag", she added.
The Trump campaign - which aims to make attacks based on the Clinton emails and "Obamacare" premium hikes the centerpieces of their argument - believes that white working-class voters in the Midwest could tip MI or Wisconsin his way, especially if he benefits from reduced enthusiasm for Clinton in African-American strongholds like Detroit and Milwaukee.
"Scripture tells us to rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance and endurance produces character", she said.
Trump up 4 points in Florida
Clinton is speaking to gay and lesbian supporters in South Florida, where she's spent the day campaigning.
"There's going to be a very important effort for bipartisan cooperation together on this", Clinton said of criminal justice reform in a radio interview Thursday. The partisan divisions are 37-29-29% Democrats-Republicans-independents.
Pirro also compared Clinton's battle with a personal one as she revealed the circumstances of her run NY attorney general in 2006. News coverage of Trump's accusers had diminished, while Clinton confronted the nearly daily release by WikiLeaks of emails purportedly hacked from her campaign manager's account.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is standing by top aide Huma Abedin as the FBI investigates emails found on a laptop she shared with estranged husband Anthony Weiner.
It's not clear what connection, if any, the newly discovered emails might have to the Clinton email investigation.
A law enforcement official confirmed late Sunday investigators had obtained a search warrant to begin the review of Abedin's emails on Weiner's computer.
While admitting it's "baffled by her decision as secretary of state to use a private server for emails", and noting that the decision "continues to haunt her campaign", the paper said it's confident as president that she would appropriately handle classified materials-while Trump "is simply unfit for the presidency, or any public office", the Post reported.
"She just has to call her friend and confidante Huma Abedin and say tell us what's in the emails, tell us what's on the devices that you shared with your pedophile husband", Conway told Fox News. She was interested in Obama's endorsement but has settled on supporting Trump because of questions about Clinton's honesty.
Supreme Court Takes on Transgender Bathroom Case
The high court's order means that "transgender" student Gavin Grimm will not be able to use the boys' bathroom in the meantime. Gloucester County school board Chairman Troy Andersen praised the court for agreeing to hear what he called a hard case.