Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a rally at Spooky Nook Sports center in Manheim, Pennsylvania on October 1, 2016. / AFP / MANDEL NGAN
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Donald Trump's campaign remained defiant Monday as the Republican presidential candidate dodged questions that he may have paid no income tax for nearly 20 years.The report comes as Trump and his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, have just five more weeks of campaigning ahead of the November 8 presidential election.Trump has refused to release his income tax returns, something U.S. presidential candidates have done for four decades.In the first presidential debate on September 26 Clinton suggested that Trump is hiding "something terrible" by failing to produce his tax returns, and suggested that he had not paid any federal income tax.In a boost for Clinton, an ABC News/Washington Post poll out Sunday said 53 percent of Americans saw Clinton as the debate winner, compared to 18 percent for Trump.Nearly half of respondents said that Trump got facts wrong, and a third that he lied outright, while his unpopularity rating grew to 64 percent against 53 percent for Clinton.
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