U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton arrives at a campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., Oct. 23, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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With just over two weeks to go before Americans vote for a new president, Hillary Clinton – who has widened her lead over Donald Trump – is stepping up her efforts in key battleground states to consolidate her lead.Most polls put Trump a few points behind Clinton there.Clinton will return to North Carolina Thursday with the woman who has emerged as one of her best campaign weapons – Michelle Obama.Trump has strongly denied those allegations, and Saturday threatened to sue the "liars" who came forward with claims about his past behavior.Clinton is leading nationally in both two-way and four-way contests by an average of about six points, according to RealClearPolitics. The 70-year-old Trump is clinging to an edge – but only a slight one – in traditionally Republican strongholds like Texas, where he has a three-point lead.While Clinton has received several major newspaper endorsements, Trump got his first major thumbs-up, from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.In Vegas, Obama hit the campaign trail for Clinton and Nevada's Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto.
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