Trump also returned to familiar ground, reiterating his claims that the presidential contest is rigged against him and vowing anew to jail Clinton if he's elected. Over the last week Wikileaks has been publishing what it says are hacked emails from Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta. One aide said "Girls" creator Lena Dunham would help but cautioned that the actress was "a bit more edgy". The percentage of voters who thought that Hillary Clinton's handling of those scandals was a legitimate concern was evenly split at 48 percent in the NBC/WSJ poll.
Shortly after he became the GOP nominee, Trump slowed down his contributions to his campaign to typically $2 million a month after having spent more during his primary campaign. His campaign and committees said they had $75 million on hand as of September 30; Clinton's campaign and committees claimed $152 million.
"Our democracy relies on confidence in election results, and the speaker is fully confident the states will carry out this election with integrity", said AshLee Strong, speaking for him.
Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong says the USA democracy "relies on confidence in election results".
Ryan's office was responding to a question about whether the speaker agreed with Donald Trump's assertion that the election may be "rigged".
Trump, who is trailing Clinton in opinion polls, did not provide any evidence to back his allegations of impropriety at the voting booth. "I would have to be a moron to say that", he said, naming two cities with large black populations.
In a darker scenario, "Republicans will decide that they want to replay what they did in 2010 and 2014 - delegitimize the president and block whatever they can", Ornstein said.
Donald Trump has made fresh accusations against his rival for the White House, Hillary Clinton.
One of his last hopes of winning the election is to suppress turnout by making these final weeks so repulsive to voters that some simply stay home.
His tweet came after a sketch in which the Trump and Clinton characters, debating each other, are asked what they like about each other, as happened in the actual second debate.
"While it is dismaying to see the Republican nominee for president push deranged conspiracy theories in a foreign policy speech, it's no longer surprising", Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton's communication director, in a statement in August. "At the beginning of the last debate, she was all pumped up". He also mocked Clinton for what he suggested was wasting time by preparing for their debates. "In the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end she was like uh, take me down".
Donald Trump is shown through a videocamera as he speaks at a rally at Cross Insurance Center on October 15, 2016 in Bangor, Maine. The decade-old remarks have made 13 percent of Republicans, and more than one-third of the electorate overall, less likely to cast a ballot favoring Trump, the poll found. Borges has been openly critical of Trump on several occasions and told some OH news outlets he wasn't sure if he would vote for Trump.
"Donald Trump's closing argument is 'What do you have to lose?' The answer is: Everything", he told the audience standing in the sunshine on the shores of Lake Erie.
Trump's remarks came after his campaign pushed out a plea for donations to supporters by pointing to his vow to investigate and prosecute Clinton if elected, a threat that is unprecedented in modern U.S. political history.
Donald Trump has claimed the USA presidential contest is rigged against him, vowed to jail his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton if he is elected and also suggested she was on drugs during their last debate.
More than half a dozen women have come forward this week accusing the real estate tycoon of groping or kissing them without their consent.
"100% fabricated and made-up charges, pushed strongly by the media and the Clinton Campaign, may poison the minds of the American Voter". He also suggested it was a coordinated attack to take him out of the running for the White House.