(Worthy News) - Donald Trump has seized the momentum with one week to go before Election Day.
The Republican nominee was gaining on Hillary Clinton — movement that began prior to Friday's bombshell that the FBI was making additional inquiries into the Democrat's use of a private email server when she was secretary of state.
Clinton's path to 270 Electoral College votes, the threshold required for victory, remains easier than Trump's. And, some weekend surveys suggested that while Clinton lost some of her lead due to the news about the FBI, she hadn't suffered a mortal wound.
Trump has to run the table, and he has to do it without the help of a unified party to campaign for him. That is in stark contrast to Clinton, who is able to deploy President Obama and other high profile Democrats to encourage voter turnout across the battleground states. [ Source ]
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