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Today on the Trail: Clinton Solidifies Polling Lead; Senate Battleground Update

Wednesday night’s final presidential debate may have been Donald Trump’s last major opportunity to turn the race back in his favor, and according to the only two scientific polls we’ve seen so far, he may not have done so. Both polls found that Clinton “won” the debate by more than a 10-point margin, and the media narrative following the event has focused heavily on Trump’s refusal to commit to the peaceful transfer of power following the election. Trump’s assertion that he will “look at it at the time” and that he plans to keep everyone “in suspense” have been condemned by many in his own party, and follow a week of accusations that the election is “rigged” against him – comments that his own surrogates have struggled to allay.

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The Week in Review In a week dominated by headlines about Donald Trump’s bawdy remarks and Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails, both candidates appear to be focused more on driving up the unfavorability of their opponents than driving a positive message in the campaign’s final weeks. Several Congressional Republicans rescinded their support for Trump last week, including Sens. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and John McCain (R-AZ), who are up for reelection in closely-watched races. Meanwhile, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) told House Republicans on a conference call last Monday that he’s done defending Trump and will focus on maintaining his party’s House majority.