Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Neck & Neck in Key States
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running Neck & Neck in the swing states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll, but Bernie Sanders still in the race hobbling Mrs. Clinton.
The potential matchups show:
Florida: Clinton at 43%, with 42% for Trump
Ohio: Trump edges Clinton 43 to 39%
Pennsylvania: Clinton at 43% to Trump’s 42%
Both Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Trump both have negative favorabliity ratings in each of the states, Bernie Sanders’ scores are split. The 3 states are Key, because according to statistics, no candidate since Y 1960 has won the US Presidency without winning at least 2 of the 3 states.
Tuesday, US House Speaker Paul Ryan said that his meeting with presumptive nominee Donald Trump will focus on “how to unify the Republican Party” to take back the White House in November.
“We should not pretend that our party is unified when we know that it is not,” Mr. Ryan said in an interview broadcast live by the WS-J and Facebook.
“Donald Trump deserves a lot of credit for winning the primary, for bringing millions of people into the primary,” mr. Ryan said. “The question now is how we can unify all the various wings of the Republican Party, stitch them together, so that we’re all rolling in the same boat, in the same direction.
“That’s the kind of conversation that we need to begin having.”
Donald Trump Tweeted, “I look very much forward to meeting w/Paul Ryan & the GOP Party Leadership on Thurs in DC. Together, we will beat the Dems at all levels!”
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