Clinton's campaign targeted Nevada voters with a new ad that began airing there this month, depicting Trump as a lightweight whose credentials pale in comparison to the former secretary of state's.
In the 2012 USA presidential election, just 13 percent of likely voters opted out of the two main choices: Incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney. While 42 percent said Hillary was more qualified than Trump to be president, 40 percent said Trump was the one who was more qualified meaning that the poll was essentially a tie between Trump and Hillary on the question over qualifications for the Oval Office.
The presumptive Republican nominee Monday ripped Clinton's use of a private email server and said that "she's probably the most surprised person that she was able to get away with it".
Trump will "never need to catch up to Hillary Clinton, because she'll never catch up to him in terms of just the sheer dynamism and magnetism, that historic, really unique, singular type of candidate that he is", Conway said Monday on Fox Business Network's "Mornings with Maria".
For Clinton, the likely Democratic presidential nominee, the political concerns going forward are two-fold.
Many voters still don't know who Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson or Green Party candidate Jill Stein is.
It is Donald Trump's shape-shifting Republican Party that gathers in Cleveland over the next two weeks, preparing for a contentious convention featuring a novice candidate, a new agenda and a nervous future. Roosevelt led a third-party bid, but he and Taft lost to Democrat Woodrow Wilson in a race that exposed a Republican split among conservatives and moderates that lasts to this day. "It is the job of the next president to make America safe again for everyone". Republican stalwart Richard Nixon fused party factions behind his presidential election wins in 1968 and 1972, but fell in the wake of Watergate. Only about 32 percent said they would vote for Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Meanwhile, Ward's tea party backers are hearing that John McCain is "not the conservative he claims to be".
"Not only am I the law and order candidate, but I'm also the candidate of compassion, believe it", Trump said, "The candidate of compassion". "I think that conversation will become louder in November".