Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump appears at a campaign rally in Boulder, Colorado, U.S. November 5, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Republican Donald Trump was rushed off stage by security agents at a rally in Reno, Nevada, Saturday night after a false alarm as someone in the crowd shouted "gun" during scuffles with a man who held up a 'Republicans against Trump' sign.After being released, the man who was apprehended told CBS News Reno affiliate KTVN-2 that he was a Republican supporter who attended the rally to express his opposition to Trump.Seconds later people near the stage began pointing at someone in the crowd near the front, and agents took Trump away.A McClatchy-Marist opinion poll released Saturday of voters nationwide showed Clinton leading by 1 percentage point compared to 6 percentage points in September.A Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll on Saturday showed Clinton ahead by 4 percentage points nationally compared to 5 points Friday, while an ABC News-Washington Post tracking poll had Clinton ahead by 48 to 43 percent.Trump and Clinton campaigns adjusted travel schedules for the next two days to states where they saw opportunity.While Trump prefers large-scale rallies, Clinton has filled her campaign schedule with targeted appearances meant to court voters in specific demographics.
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