Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses while speaking at a rally at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, Iowa, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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Hillary Clinton, on the defensive after the FBI began reexamining her email practices, was headed to the crucial state of Florida on Saturday as her White House rival Donald Trump sought to take advantage of the latest revelation in the long-running affair.Clinton, the 69-year-old Democrat vying to become America's first female president, is still the frontrunner to win the November 8 election, which has seen early voting kick off in 34 of 50 US states and more than 18 million votes already cast.Clinton holds a 47 percent to 45 percent lead in the latest ABC/Washington Post survey out Saturday, a drastic fall from her 12-point lead in the same poll a week ago.According to the Real Clear Politics average of multiple polls, Clinton still holds a 44.9 percent to 41.1 percent lead over Trump nationwide.Clinton cried foul, demanding that Comey reveal more information about the probe, and declared herself "confident" that voters, and the FBI, would conclude that she had done nothing wrong.
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