A case of political trolling.
"You know when he's Mr. Tough Guy? When he's standing behind a microphone by himself,” the Republican nominee said of the vice president.
The decision by the Republican candidate, described to The Post by his finance chairman, deals another serious blow to the GOP's ability to finance get-out-the-vote efforts before Election Day.
Nothing in the emails released Tuesday by WikiLeaks and cited by Trump demonstrates that Obama knew about Clinton's server.
"It's going to be a close election,” she said. “Pay no attention to the polls."
As he has often done, Trump mixed his business interests with his campaign in a way that muddled his message and raised questions about his priorities.
The group scooped up nearly $175 million to finance its efforts.
The survey found Trump at just 21 percent in Utah's 4th district, as McMullin and Clinton tied at 29 percent.
He's making contradictory remarks about where he stands in the polls relative to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton with 15 days left until the election.
A report about Virginia Gov. McAuliffe having donated to the campaign of an FBI official's wife draws attention from GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and his supporters.