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Why Donald Trump is likely to lose, in a nutshell.
Trump says “rigged” polls will make his voters stay home. A study suggests that unfavorable surveys wouldn’t cost him the election, though.
Sean Sullivan, Anne Gearan and Ed O’Keefe
His appearance at his Doral golf course comes as he and Clinton both focus their attention on Florida.
A Q-and-A with the Arizona Republic’s Dan Nowicki.
Clinton is taking about as few white voters there as Obama did.
Seriously, what is going on here?
Trump seized on a Wall Street Journal article to levy new charges against Clinton. But he got the story wrong.
John Wagner, Sean Sullivan and Anne Gearan
He called his opponent’s position on the Syrian conflict “the plans of a child.” Earlier, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Trump “aggressively disrespects” women voters.
As long as the right disregards reform-oriented conservatism, the Republican Party will never win the White House.
Don’t lose sight of how historic it would be if Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman president.
Anne Gearan, Sean Sullivan and John Wagner
Her campaign continued to make the case that he disrespects women, while Trump continued to question the integrity of the election process even while conceding that she is ahead in polls.
When no communication is private, no one will want to put the truth in writing.
When the election ends, there needs to be some newsroom soul-searching.
As soon as the spotlight hits Clinton or Trump, their poll numbers go down.
A look back at the history of protest votes.
Annotating Trump’s campaign manager.
Chris Cillizza and Aaron Blake
The electoral map looks grim for Republicans.
There’s no evidence of it. Also, it doesn’t make sense, politically.
Trump used to describe a serious problem correctly. But now he has gone off the rails to directly blame Clinton.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Gore didn’t retract his concession in 2000, contrary to what the Trump camp says.
The 2018 field is very tough for them, with a potential for major losses in red states.
The Donald just keeps winning at losing.
Alec Baldwin’s Trump is at his most brutish and offensive.
Antipathy between the nominee and GOP leaders makes a solution to the party’s growing demographic disadvantage seem even more remote.
Be very skeptical.
We’re moving two races in the GOP’s favor today.
Trump’s repulsive response to his female accusers rings of defamation.
George F. Will
Sen. Ron Johnson is the kind of GOP incumbent who could provide a necessary check on a likely Clinton presidency.
Washington’s elite booed the Republican nominee. His supporters probably loved it.
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