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Published: Wed, July 13, 2016
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Clinton extends lead over Trump to 13 points - Reuters/Ipsos


Trump has espoused views on key issues that run contrary to Ryan's own views, particularly on his opposition to trade deals that the speaker helped advance and on overhauling entitlement programs such as Social Security. He says whatever comes into his head at the moment...

The Vermont senator saw his longshot bid for the White House quickly catch fire in 2015 at large-scale rallies where he denounced income inequality, the influence of Wall Street and the role of big money in politics - all part of a system he described as "rigged". He said he would work to make sure the party follows through.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it was "totally inappropriate" for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to criticize Donald Trump.

Normally those polls tend to overestimate Democratic support, but this year, thanks to her strength among college-educated voters (who are more likely to turn out), polls of likely voters tend to favor Hillary.

Top Democrats, including President Barack Obama and Sen. He congratulated her for securing enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination and vowed to do everything he could to help her defeat Republican candidate Donald Trump.

Clinton's praise of "Hamilton" also could be taken as criticism of Trump, as she noted that the show "reminds us of how many millions of immigrants' stories deserve to be told". It may be that her lead is a bit stronger than this poll suggests.

5 takeaways from polls in Fla., Ohio, Pa. "While Donald Trump is busy insulting Mexicans, Muslims, women, African Americans and veterans, Hillary Clinton understands that our diversity is one of our greatest strengths".

In the two other states polled, OH and Pennsylvania, Clinton and Trump are in as tight a race as other pollsters have documented. And we'll be coming out with Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia polls later this week.

This cycle, the Clinton team is more experienced and credentialed than Trump's, and its members have been working together for months. The Trump campaign has yet to spend a single cent on ads so far in the general election.

Don't miss the latest installment of VP Watch, the latest on the veepstakes from our NBC News team... But while the email controversy bothered Stephen Chen, 33, an independent from Westfield, Indiana, he can't vote for Trump. And earlier, he demurred when asked about possible disagreements with Trump...

Brown said Trump, who has angered many Hispanics with his stances on immigration issues, could have a hard time winning in the diverse state if he does not improve his numbers among non-white voters.

Jay Wallace, executive vice president of news at Fox, said Tuesday the network thought it was best to stop Gingrich as a contributor to avoid any conflicts of interest. Christie's taking a different approach to VP speculation than he did in 2012, NBC's Andrew Rafferty writes... Elizabeth Warren, a liberal stalwart popular with Sanders' followers. And NBC confirms that Clinton's team is vetting retired admiral James Stavridis.

In the wake of the assassinations of five police officers in Dallas, and the deaths of two black men at the hands of police in Minnesota and Louisiana, a dirge-like pundit lament has arisen across the land: Neither of the presidential candidates is capable of uniting our deeply divided country!

"That's something we have not talked about at all", he said.

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