Republicans have seized on new developments in the Hillary Clinton email controversy as the issue that could help Donald Trump make up ground in the final presidential debate - if he can hammer home the message. That has people wondering what Trump possibly has left to unleash. But the Monmouth poll showed Clinton's lead among the group to be even bigger, 67%-18%. When you type "Is Trump trying" into the Google search bar, the first thing that comes up is "to lose". Lashing out at women who have accused him of sexual assault, railing against disloyal Republicans and the "Corrupt Clinton Machine" and warning about vote rigging are all created to energize his base, not expand his vote.
Recent polling also reveals that Trump has hit his polling floor.
Moderator Chris Wallace - the first Fox News journalist to moderate a debate - has said he plans to ask the candidates about debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots and their fitness to be president. "I love my brothers, but no one member represents the Obamas", Ndesandjo, who lives in the south of China said. "I think it's a recognition of the fact that we do serious journalism". Despite holding onto 38 percent of likely voters regardless of what he does, polls suggest that no more than 40-44 percent will support him on Election Day. Maybe he will at the debate.
Despite the daily drip of revelations from her campaign chairman's hacked emails and persistent questions about her personal email use as secretary of state, Clinton has weathered those storms - in part by hammering her opponent over his temperament and personal past, including now-multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
She has no public schedule Tuesday and will be traveling to Las Vegas ahead of the last presidential debate Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Clinton is trying to expand her edge over Trump - even in Republican territory.
Based on numerous polls, Trump is trailing Clinton by margins that have proved to be historically hard to recover from.
First of all, the debate is scheduled to take place at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas at 9pm ET tonight, which is 2am on Thursday, October 20 in the UK.
The disclosure of Federal Bureau of Investigation documents revives questions about Clinton's use of personal email during her time as secretary of state. In the past, her answers have been lawyerly and sometimes evasive. Trump is counting on a stronger performance on Election Day itself. Thirty-nine percent of men also support Clinton. That was her strategy in the second debate.
Donald Trump's campaign manager is acknowledging that the Republican presidential nominee needs a "comeback" in the final weeks of the campaign.
There hasn't been much uplift in the 2016 campaign. That's even more important since if she wins she'll be taking office with the highest disapproval rating of any new president in USA history. Malik, who is Kenyan born, expressed interest in Trump back in July with an official endorsement. It's not a message about what she wants to accomplish.