Sep 17, 2016

Two ways Trump wins — or loses | Washington Examiner

Donald Trump's path to 270 in the Electoral College — the number of votes he needs to be elected president — became smoother this week, but obstacles remain with less than two months to go in the race for the White House. Trump is now tied with or ahead of Hillary Clinton in several recent reputable national polls. More important is the Republican's steady gains in the battleground states. Trump...

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