US Presidential nominees crisscross country ahead of Election Day

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It’s just one month to the U.S. Presidential election – both candidates are crossing the country in a bid to get out as many votes as possible.

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is energized, by her second debate performance, and by her rivals problems over lewd remarks which is he made about women – caught on video.

But Republican Donald Trump is showing no signs of slowing down, attacking not only Clinton but critics in his own political party too.

CCTV America’s Nathan King on the final countdown.

US Presidential nominees crisscross country in ahead of Election Day

US Presidential nominees crisscross country in ahead of Election Day

It’s just one month to the U.S. Presidential election – both candidates are crossing the country in a bid to get out as many votes as possible. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is energized, by her second debate performance, and by her rivals problems over lewd remarks which is he made about women – caught on video. But Republican Donald Trump is showing no signs of slowing down, attacking not only Clinton but critics in his own political party too. CCTV America’s Nathan King on the final countdown.

Hillary Clinton has a spring in her step heading to rally after rally. The polls show she has a growing lead over her rival and the White House is her grasp.

Trump is not giving up; ever the underdog, he seems to relish the fight. He is energizing his core supporters with relentless tacks on Hillary Clinton and her Husband former President Bill Clinton.

He’s also turning on those in his own party who are not fully behind him in a series of social media posts Trump wrote Tuesday.

But Trump has big problems when it comes to attracting young voters, ethnic minorities, and increasingly women, who according to the latest polls are moving away from him following the release of video containing lewd comments he made over a decade ago in fact several new polls have Hillary Clinton ahead by 10 percentage points or more.