Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of insulting America's veterans and pressing unsafe military plans around the globe on Tuesday, seeking to undercut his appeal to service families in Southern voting battlegrounds.
They said they trusted him more than Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who they said had been deeply involved in "the hollowing out of our military and the burgeoning threats facing our country around the world".
The majority of both Clinton (60%) and Trump (54%) supporters said they are actually voting in favor of a candidate opposed to against their opponent.
Hillary Clinton has accused Donald Trump of insulting America's veterans and pressing risky military plans around the globe, seeking to undercut his appeal to service families in Southern voting battlegrounds. John McCain, a former prisoner of war.
In addition to the states he is projected to win more comfortably, he would need to take Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, and OH, while also holding on to his lead in Iowa.
The conflicting messages come as the candidates prepare to court voters in Southern states with significant veteran populations. Missouri, Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina are getting political attention in these two months before the November election. Trump's afternoon event in Virginia Beach will focus on national security, and he's expected to meet with parents of soldiers later in the day. No they'll vote - because at the end of the day for majority, they are going to say, 'Wow these candidates are wildly different.' And that's what makes this election interesting from the perspective of what's going to happen with turnout. The "commander in chief" national security forum, hosted by NBC, will serve as something of a preview for voters of the candidates' highly anticipated trio of debates later this fall. Overall, 61 percent of them say they trust Trump on immigration, 38 percent Clinton.
"The centerpiece of Trump's campaign is building a wall and making Mexico pay for it".
He added that had Clinton gone to Mexico, the trip would have been "a total failure". African Americans, who comprise Clinton's most reliable base of support, gave her an edge 54 percent to 23 percent.
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"In the meantime, she has 33,000 emails that she deleted".
"He managed to turn his trip to Mexico into an embarrassing worldwide incident".
In the 2012 race for the White House, Mitt Romney bested President Obama by 16 points in the state and over the course of the last four elections the state has been among the worst-performing areas on the map for Democrats. Let's end it and get a budget deal that supports America's military, our families and our country. Bernie Sanders, Clinton's primary rival.
Trump reiterated his praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin, stating that he has "great control over his country".
Clinton's 25-minute question-and-answer session was her first extensive availability with reporters since early December. He's zeroed in on her controversial email practices at the State Department, calling her private email server "reckless".
Trump will ask military leaders and federal agencies "to conduct a thorough review of United States cyber defenses and identify all vulnerabilities - in our power grid, our communications systems, and all vital infrastructure", he said during a speech in Philadelphia.
"I like people that weren't captured OK", he said.