26 September, 2016
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is setting a high bar for her boss in Monday night's debate. Instead, the Democrat and her Republican rival tied at 41% support among registered voters, with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson at 7% and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 2%.
Mook called Trump "special", explaining that in past election cycles, presidential candidates have laid out extensive plans before the debate on what they would do as president.
"Mr. Trump will answer the questions as they are asked by Lester Holt, the moderator, and he has a right to defend himself against anything Mrs. Clinton - Secretary Clinton - may say in response", she said.
Two other surveys released in recent days gave Clinton a seven-point lead over Trump. He did so repeatedly as she clinched the Democratic nomination, accusing Hillary Clinton of mistreating the women involved in her husband's affairs.
Donald Trump has narrowed the gap with Hillary Clinton to just 3 points in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, withi.
Around 39% of registered voters see Clinton favorably, compared to 57% who have an unfavorable impression.
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He also said that Trump scares him.
Shortly after, Buzzfeed confirmed that she had accepted the invitation - however, several hours later, the Trump campaign still had yet to respond with a confirmation that Trump actually planned to bring Flowers to the Monday debate.
Most voters (53 per cent) who do not see Mr Trump as qualified to be president, while 58 per cent said he lacks the temperament to be an effective president and 55 per cent said he lacked the world knowledge required for the job.
His gibe came after billionaire investor Mark Cuban, a vocal Trump critic who backs Clinton, agreed to sit at the front of the audience for the televised debate, which is expected to shatter audience records with up to 90 million Americans watching.
On Thursday billionaire Mark Cuban said he would be sitting in the front row of the debate in support of Hillary Clinton.