Clinton has a new-found willingness to play politics in the race for the White House, and Trump is now saying things that may prove problematic for her in the coming months.
| AP Photo Clinton wins most of states where she was first lady but loses key battlegrounds Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, says he would not rule out an effort to run for the presidency against Clinton in 2020.
| POLITICO article Clinton’s campaign has set a new high-water mark for fundraising in her bid for the Oval Office with a record-setting $10.2 million in the first three weeks of this month, but she is losing key battleground states like Florida and Ohio and is facing stiff competition from Trump.
| NYT poll: Trump has ‘the most loyal supporters in the country’ Clinton leads Trump by 5 points among likely voters in the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll, 47 percent to 39 percent, but that gap is widening.
| Poll: Clinton beats Trump in key battleground, including Ohio and Florida Trump says he has “the most supportive supporters in America” than any candidate.
| ABC News/Washington Post Poll: More than half of voters say they would vote for Trump in 2020 if he is elected president, but fewer than one-third of those voters say the same about Clinton.
| Trump: Clinton is ‘a traitor to her country’ During a rally in New Hampshire on Tuesday, Trump said Clinton “should be shot in the face.”
| NYT Poll: Trump leads Clinton by double digits among likely Democratic voters in a new Washington Post poll.
| CBS News poll: Clinton leads in New York and Florida, but loses battleground states The CBS News/YouGov poll finds that Clinton leads by double-digits among likely primary voters in New Jersey and Florida in the New York gubernatorial and congressional primary.
| CNN Poll: Sanders leads Clinton in New England, but trails among other states Sanders leads Hillary Clinton in every single New England state but has lost in one: New Hampshire.
| NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll: Polls in Ohio and Virginia tighten as the election nears Polls are tightening in Ohio as the race enters the final stretch and Democrats are betting that they have the better odds of holding onto the state.
| Politico poll: Voters want Trump to apologize for comments about women and minorities The poll finds voters believe Trump should apologize to women and minority groups for comments he made about them.
| Morning Joe: Biden takes aim at Trump at GOP debate The Joe Scarborough Morning Joe panel had its biggest applause line of the night when Biden took aim at Donald Trump at a GOP debate on Monday.
| Post-Biden poll: Obama has highest favorability rating of any president in US history Gallup finds that Barack Obama has the highest favorableness rating of presidents in U.S. history.
| Gallup Poll: Obama holds higher favorability than Clinton in both Iowa and New Hampshire The survey found that a majority of voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and Iowa caucus states have a positive opinion of Obama.
| Biden is leading Trump by a large margin in Iowa.
In Iowa, the Post-Iowa survey found, Biden leads Trump 51 percent to 38 percent.
In New Hampshire, Biden trails Trump by more than four points.
In Florida, Biden is up by three points.
Biden leads Clinton 52 percent to 37 percent in Pennsylvania.
In Virginia, Biden has a 42 percent to 41 percent edge.
| Biden is leading Clinton by a wide margin in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania, according to the new Washington Examiner/ABC News Poll.
| Reuters poll: Biden leads in Iowa but trails in Florida The Post-Florida poll finds the vice president leads Trump in the crucial swing state of Iowa by five points, 49 percent to 43 percent.
Biden trails by six points in Florida.
| Getty poll: Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by three in battleground states Polls by Reuters/Ipsos pollster show Clinton leading Trump 51-43 percent in the two most competitive battleground states.
| Bloomberg poll: More voters say Trump is ‘more likely to be a racist’ than Clinton Polls show Trump is more likely to say that he would be racist if he were elected president.
| MSNBC poll: Poll: Voters see Trump as a ‘dangerous bigot’ The latest poll shows Trump leading Hillary Clinton by three percentage points in Iowa and three points in New Mexico.
| The Post Pollster poll: Independents split on whether Trump is racist.
Among Republicans, a majority sees Trump as an “irresponsible bigot” who is likely to “go to jail” if he gets elected president in 2020, while a majority believes Trump would be “unable to be president” if elected.
| Pew Research: Trump is unpopular among Republicans, but more likely than Clinton to be racist The latest HuffPost Pollster survey shows that Donald Trump is viewed unfavorably by a majority (53 percent) of Republicans in the United States.
| HuffPost Pollsters: Trump’s views are most negative of any major party