Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds up a rainbow flag with "LGBTs for TRUMP" written on it at a campaign rally in Greeley, Colorado, U.S. October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Newly emboldened, Donald Trump is campaigning in traditionally Democratic states after the recent discovery of more emails that may be relevant to the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's private system.Clinton, now on defense, is trying to shift the election back to a referendum on Trump's credentials and temperament as she enters the final full week of the presidential race.At a rally in Kent, Ohio, Clinton insisted there was "no case here" and said the FBI were welcome to look at her aide's emails.Trump, bolstered by FBI Director James Comey's letter on the emails, believes he has momentum heading to the final full week of the campaign.Trump Monday held a pair of rallies in Michigan, which last went for a Republican presidential nominee in 1988 .Trump warned Monday that the United States would be plunged into a "constitutional crisis" should Hillary Clinton win next week's presidential election.The Trump campaign, which aims to make attacks based on the Clinton emails and "Obamacare" premium hikes the centerpieces of its argument, believes that white working-class voters in the Midwest could tip Michigan or Wisconsin his way, especially if he benefits from reduced enthusiasm for Clinton in African-American strongholds like Detroit and Milwaukee.
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