Many Republicans and independents said they already weren't going to support Trump, but weren't convinced to vote for Hillary Clinton.
Some say they wouldn't vote at all or would choose Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.
"It didn't surprise me that it came from him". But some campaign offices remain closed and a legal dispute over voter registration lingers after Hurricane Matthew battered parts of the Atlantic coastline.
Clinton's campaign, however, will be able rely on an extensive and well-funded voter mobilization effort, one that is expected to give her an edge over Trump's smaller organization.
"I do believe there's a possibility he'll talk about Hillary Clinton's situation if it gets to that".
Speaking during a campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr Pence was referring to the Friday afternoon publication by the Washington Post of a story about a 2005 video in which Mr Trump is recorded bragging about groping women without their permission.
"Donald Trump stepped up and won a debate last night that seemed against all odds", Pence also told Fox. The former president never faced criminal charges in relation to the allegations, and a lawsuit over an alleged rape was dismissed.
In fact, Pence's concentrated focus on the sanctity of the life of the unborn resulted in his signing a bill requiring women who chose to abort due to the fetus having serious birth defects to purchase a coffin or cremation for the fetus. And we let a judge apply a more lenient sentence to a rapist because he was intoxicated and because he spoke of raising awareness among college students of the dangers of "excessive drinking and promiscuous sex". They were more likely to say he's not at all civil, 54 percent to 49 percent, or compassionate, 58 percent to 50 percent.
Ereck Flowers called reporter to apologize after shoving him
Neither side commented on the story , though Raanan did tweet this following the incident. Flowers eventually cursed at Raanan and then shoved him.
He also promised to bring back jobs that have shifted overseas - he said - due to the economic and trade policies of President Barack Obama, whom Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state from 2009-2013.
The 2005 tape prompted a stream of elected Republicans, including Sens. Rob Portman of OH and Sen. But many women voters said the tape shouldn't have been surprising.
Riding high as Republicans sank into an internal crisis over Trump's behavior, Clinton campaigned in the nation's Rust Belt, pledging to push a "renaissance" of advanced manufacturing and sharply questioning Trump's commitment to blue-collar workers. But Priebus, unlike Ryan, reaffirmed his support for Trump, according to the Wall Street Journal. "They haven't been listening". Kaine asked why Mr. Trump continually disrespects women, Mexicans, African-Americans and others by his actions and remarks. "I have been audited by the IRS multiple times and am now being audited", Buffett said in a one-page document sent to the press.
Cote said she's now leaning toward voting for Clinton but hasn't decided, adding, "It is hard for women". Last night, Clinton said that her quarrel was with Trump rather than his supporters.
Trump said that the past three days have "framed what this election is all about", which he said is about political outsiders taking on a biased political establishment and media. Trump called Clinton "the devil" to her face and suggested that, if he wins in November, he would move to imprison her for her email scandal.
Clinton's central message, he said, has been that "everyone has to step up and stop Donald Trump from being president, not step up and make Hillary Clinton president".
Barro pointed out that you can see this in particular if you zoom in on neighboring states where there's a lot of migration in one vs. little migration in the other (New Hampshire and ME, in this year's case), or at different demographics within a state (such as North Carolina, where there's been a lot of migration to the Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham areas, and the recent NYT/Siena poll showed a big polling gap between voters born in the state vs. those born out of the state).