Only an epic collapse by Clinton could keep her from winning the presidency.
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With roughly three weeks to Election Day, Republican strategists nationwide publicly concede Hillary Clinton has a firm grip on the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House – and may be on her way to an even more decisive victory over Donald Trump. "He is on track to totally and completely melting down," said Republican pollster Whit Ayres, who is advising Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's re-election campaign. Like many Republican strategists, he was willing to speak publicly about the GOP nominee's rough road ahead at the end of an unprecedented campaign.There is one more presidential debate, and Trump has rallied before.Trump and running mate Mike Pence have made a hard play for Pennsylvania, a state carried by the Democratic nominee in the past six elections.Trump was already struggling to attract support from women before his first debate with Clinton in late September. It was at that event in New York where Clinton stung Trump by reviving his past shaming of a former Miss Universe for gaining weight.In Utah, Trump's deep unpopularity among the large population of Mormon voters could lead to four candidates winning 10 percent or more of the state's vote.GOP nominees have carried Georgia in seven of the last eight presidential elections.
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