Clinton’s campaign retains its shaky lead
The latest development in the Clinton emails scandal shows, once again, that anything could happen between now and November 8
No one saw this coming. Rumours had been swirling at the J Edgar Hoover Building, the FBI’s Washington DC headquarters and around Capitol Hill that something big was coming down the pipe. But no one would have imagined that once again, Hillary Clinton would find herself blindsided by a sex scandal that was not of her making.
With 11 days to go before the November 8 US presidential election, her campaign skidded off...
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