SANFORD, FL - OCTOBER 25:  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Million Air Orlando, which is at Orlando Sanford International Airport on October 25, 2016 in Sanford, Florida. Trump continues to campaign against his Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton as election day nears.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Trump is WINNING in this CRITICAL Battleground State

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has a narrow lead over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the important swing-state of Florida, according to a new poll from Bloomberg Politics.

The survey, released Wednesday, found that the businessman is leading Clinton by two points, 45 percent to 43 percent, among likely Florida voters when third-party candidates were considered. In a head-to-head race, the poll found that Trump is leading Clinton by a single point, 46 percent to 45 percent.

Given how close Trump and Clinton are, independent voters will likely decide which side of the aisle Florida lands on. But even among independents, Trump leads Clinton: In a heads-up comparison, the Manhattan billionaire leads the former first lady by two points, 43 percent to 41 percent. When other third party candidates were considered, Trump’s lead grew by one while Clinton dropped to 37 percent. This suggests Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein are taking votes from Clinton instead of Trump.

Early voting numbers from Florida indicate the election might come down to just a few thousand votes in the Sunshine State. According to data released Wednesday, Republicans are leading Democrats in combined early and absentee voting — 832,106 to 826,376.

Still, if Trump wants to win on Election Day, he will undoubtedly need to win Florida and the state’s important 29 electoral votes. Florida has in recent years become arguably the most important state to win after the “hanging chad” fiasco in 2000.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 06:  Megyn Kelly speaks onstage at Tina Brown's 7th Annual Women In The World Summit Opening Night at David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center on April 6, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

Newt Gingrich Exposes Megyn Kelly’s Bias and Hypocrisy

It is no secret that Megyn Kelly harbors little love for Donald Trump.

Yet at the same time she must be grateful for him. His bizarre fixation with her after the GOP debates was a boom to her career, as her ratings showed. Easy on the eyes and sharp of the tongue, Kelly seems to be the consummate bulldog reporter/commentator.

But sometimes people fly too close to the sun.

Hubris appears to have consumed Kelly to the point where she often forgets who she is speaking to.

Such was the case last night when she brought on former House speaker, accomplished historian and lecturer, and Trump supporter, Newt Gingrich.

The subject of polls came up. Gingrich tried to make the point that this election has seen so many traditional conventions upended, and so many declarations of Trump’s death proven false, that one can be forgiven for being skeptical on the numbers when juxtaposed against the unpopularity of Hillary Clinton and the general mood of the country. Especially given the early voting results.


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Here’s ONE Thing Democrats and Republicans Can Agree On!

Not only Republicans think voter fraud is a problem.

A Washington Post analysis of Pollfish data shows that 84 percent of Republicans, 52 percent of Democrats, and 75 percent of independents believe that a “meaningful amount” of voter fraud occurs during elections.

Sixty percent of Republicans believe that illegal immigrants are voting, much higher than Democrats and independents.

Democrats focus more on voter ID laws, with 32 percent suggesting that it contributes to voter suppression. (Only 26 percent of Republicans feel the same way.)

But 30 percent of Republicans and 27 percent of Democrats agree that voter suppression occurs by purging eligible voters from the registration rolls.


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