Conway: Clinton Campaign ‘Gaming the Refs’ Ahead of Debate

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Monday on NBC’s “Today,” GOP nominee Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway criticized the Clinton campaign staffers for “gaming the refs” by going on media for the last week and repeatedly saying, “It’s your job to make sure that Donald Trump is fact-checked in real-time.” Conway said, “Robby and I are living in parallel universes. I mean, Donald Trump has been criticized all weekend long. I think that the Clinton campaign has clearly been gaming the refs, has been talking to the media for a week now saying, ‘It’s your job to make sure that Donald Trump is fact-checked in real-time.’ I’m just surprised the campaign manager would try to lower expectations that dramatically for his own candidate. But look, they know that campaign debates are not Hillary Clinton’s sweet spot. Yes, she is experienced at doing them but the experience hasn’t necessarily been beneficial. I’ve been asking voters formally, can you name anything from a debate that you have seen in Hillary Clinton that really moved you or you remember and they can’t. She has been in 34 of them.” (h/t Newsbusters) Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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Trump Adviser Sam Clovis: ‘It’ll Be Very Clear Tonight That He’s Done a Great Deal of Preparation’ for Debate

Donald Trump’s campaign co-chairman and chief policy adviser, Sam Clovis, told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow Monday, “It’s a clear choice. The difference between Donald Trump and Mrs. Clinton could not be greater.” Discussing Monday n…
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Analysis: Donald Trump Would Win Election Today Based on Current Polling

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As the first presidential debate looms later Monday evening just an hour from here on Long Island at Hofstra University, a Breitbart News analysis of current polling in the presidential election shows that Donald J. Trump—the Republican nominee for president—would win the election if it were held Monday and the polls are correct.
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