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Hillary Clinton beating Donald Trump 2-1 among young voters

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump have been going head to head on their economic plans

"He's not just unprepared - he's temperamentally unfit to hold an office that requires knowledge, stability, and vast responsibility", Clinton said during a speech in San Diego, California, last month.

"It just absolutely bewilders me when I hear Donald Trump try to talk about national security", Clinton said, pointing to Vice President Joe Biden's dissection of Trump's foreign policy at a Pennsylvania event Monday.

Last week, 50 former Republican national security officials, including a former Central Intelligence Agency director, called Mr Trump unqualified to lead and said he would be "the most reckless president in American history".

Trump has complained for months about media coverage.

"When that's completed, he'll release the returns", Manafort said, adding that Clinton's returns showed income coming from "people who benefited from her State Department term as well", referring to her time as secretary of State.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Sacred Heart University, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, in Fairfield, Connecticut.

The Republican presidential nominee will deliver a speech in Ohio Monday laying out his vision. If that is so, I would say the media is trying to sway voters by their education, not on their common sense.

At a later event in Iowa, Trump was asked how voters are supposed to know when he is and isn't being sarcastic. All major USA presidential candidates in modern history have released their returns.

Trump told Fox News that the shooting in Milwaukee may have occurred because the officer had a gun to his head.

Republican sources earlier in August said Priebus was furious over Trump's failure to endorse House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan and his feud with theparents of a Muslim American soldier Army Capt. Humayun Khan killed in Iraq.

"If they can't get Mr. Trump to change his act by Labour Day, the GOP will have no choice but to write off the nominee as hopeless and focus on salvaging the Senate and House and other down-ballot races", it said.

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Though Clinton's lead over Trump remains significant following the convention, a closer look at voter attitudes reveals that many still harbor negative feelings about both candidates.

Trump, whose visit to the Democratic stronghold was sandwiched between stops scheduled in swing states Pennsylvania and OH, still had plenty of barbs for Clinton.

Nearly never does Trump admit error.

A recent Clinton campaign ad showed other Republicans discussing Trump's financial statements.

"The failures in Iraq were compounded by Hillary Clinton's disaster, total disaster, in Libya", Trump said. Even some Republicans questioned whether he was encouraging a foreign government to interfere in the election.

"Obviously I was being sarcastic and a lot of people really smiled and laughed". When an interviewer pointed out Russian Federation had annexed Crimea, Trump said he meant Russian Federation wouldnt dare go farther if he were president.

And when pressed to clarify in interviews Thursday, Trump insisted he had said what he meant.

ABOUT SADDAM: In July, Trump said former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was "so good" at killing terrorists.

More and more Republicans, it would appear, are also increasingly wary about their candidate.

While he takes umbrage with the interpretation of his comments, he has also boasted about being hard to decipher.

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