Trump blasts Clin­ton scan­dals; Obama to vot­ers: Get se­ri­ous

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - NEWS -

Don­ald Trump, in Florida on Thurs­day. warned that a cloud of in­ves­ti­ga­tion would fol­low Hil­lary Clin­ton into the White House, evok­ing the im­peach­ment bat­tle of the 1990s. Clin­ton and al­lies, led by Pres­i­dent Barack Obama, told vot­ers to get se­ri­ous about the dan­gers of Trump.

As polls show Trump clos­ing in on Clin­ton in key states, her cam­paign is rush­ing to shore up sup­port in long­stand­ing Demo­cratic strongholds, in­clud­ing the cam­paign’s Michi­gan fire­wall, a re­mark­able sit­u­a­tion for a can­di­date who looked to be cruis­ing to an easy win just a week ago.

Clin­ton’s shrink­ing lead has given Trump’s cam­paign some hope, one he’s try­ing to broaden into a break­through. That means court­ing the mod­er­ate Repub­li­cans and in­de­pen­dents, vot­ers turned off by his con­tro­ver­sies but equally re­pelled by the pos­si­ble re­turn of the Clin­tons.

Obama taunted Trump with mock­ery and dire warn­ings and boast­ing about his own record in of­fice.

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