Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the Kinston Jet Center on October 26, 2016 in Kinston, North Carolina. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images/AFP
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Donald Trump pledged to pour millions of his own dollars into his presidential bid Wednesday, in defiance of the seemingly unstoppable momentum building behind Hillary Clinton.The latest rolling poll average compiled by tracker RealClearPolitics showed Clinton extending her national lead in a four-way race against Trump and two outsiders to 5.9 percentage points -- pointing to a clear electoral college victory.A Bloomberg poll out Wednesday put Trump 45 to 43 percent among likely voters in Florida, where Clinton is campaigning, a close margin in what is simply a must-win state for him.The RealClearPolitics poll average still puts Clinton ahead in the state by 1.5 percentage points.But Bloomberg's survey shows Trump doing somewhat better than Clinton with independents, who may hold the key to victory in a state that was famously deadlocked in 2000, when the Supreme Court decided the outcome, giving the win to George W. Bush.On Friday, Obama will campaign for Clinton in Florida -- a state he won, albeit narrowly, in both the 2008 and 2012 races.Clinton holds a two percent lead there and the state's Republican leaders worry that Trump's slow collapse will hurt them in congressional races.
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