So far, we’ve heard all early voting has been more or less good to Trump. And now with all these scandals, has it been enough to keep Hillary from the White House? It’s possible. It’s very, very possible.
Donald Trump has leapfrogged over Hillary Clinton in the newest national ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll.
Trump is now 1 point ahead of his Democratic rival, earning 46 percent of likely voters’ support, compared to Clinton’s 45 percent.
This is a shocking reversal from just nine days ago, when Clinton was 12 points ahead.
Then Trump was being bombarded by accusations from women of sexual misconduct, including groping and kissing without their permission, while Clinton looked to be smooth sailing to the White House.
But even before Friday’s revelation written by FBI Director James Comey in a letter to congress – that more conversations from Clinton’s secret server had been discovered – the Democrat was losing ground and the race was tightening.
By Sunday, one week after the daily tracking poll launched, Clinton was ahead by just 1 point, and now she’s behind The Donald by the same.