A day of drama on the Republican campaign trail saw Donald Trump rushed off stage in Reno after a threat was perceived in the crowd.
With the finish line in sight, Donald Trump is pulling out all the stops in his presidential election campaigning.
Within the space of a week, Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton went from storming ahead in the polls, to halving her average lead in the US presidential race. The fresh FBI inquiries left voters with a tough decision in what has been widely dubbed an unpopularity contest.
Polling stations have opened in the largest US battleground state of Florida, amid a tight race there between White House hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Tonight (October 19) could be the last chance for Donald Trump to swing the polls in his favour. The final US presidential debate is taking place in the country’s betting capital and Hillary Clinton is currently odds-on favourite to stay on top.
One looks on track for the White House as the other’s campaign seems to be spiralling out of control.
Just when we thought the tone of the US election couldn’t get any lower, it did during the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. There was no handshake. The candidates got right down to slogging it out mainly over a video which emerged in which Trump boasts about sexually assaulting women.
The records appear to show Trump’s businesses lost $916m, (816 million euros) suggesting the loss would have been large enough to wipe out more than $50m (45 million euros) in annual federal taxes over 18 years.