Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. October 29, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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The FBI director wrote to lawmakers Friday, announcing that his agents are investigating a newly discovered trove of emails, renewing an inquiry that the Clinton campaign thought ended in July.- Never back down -- In reality, it seems unlikely that much progress will be made in the investigation before polling day and few observers expect Clinton to face criminal charges.But every day that she spends dealing with the fallout of her decision to use a private email server as secretary of state is a day the media is not dwelling on the scandals dogging Trump.On Saturday, the latest poll of polls by tracker site RealClearPolitics put Clinton 3.9 percentage points ahead of the Republican nationwide, down from 7.1 points just 10 days previously.Trump -- himself dogged by scandal over alleged sexual misconduct and accusations from at least 12 women -- has relished the email probe.Across the country at the Lopez concert, Clinton embraced the hit singer on stage and accused her opponent of stoking fear, disgracing American democracy and insulting "one group of Americans after another.
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