Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally at Kent State University, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016, in Kent, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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Trump, bolstered by FBI Director James Comey's letter on the emails, believes he has momentum heading to the final full week of the campaign. But the electoral map remains challenging, forcing the Republicans to make some unlikely late forays into blue-leaning states in an effort to counteract the Clinton's campaign's strength in banking early votes and organizing for Tuesday's turnout.On Monday, Trump held a pair of rallies in Michigan, which last went for a Republican presidential nominee in 1988 .Trump has consistently trailed in the polls in all three of these states, but his last-minute plays there this week reflect his need to flip at least one traditionally Democratic-leaning state. While Trump has not given up on Pennsylvania -- he'll campaign there again on Tuesday -- he remains behind, and a loss there narrows his path considerably.Clinton's advisers and fellow Democrats, furious over the vague letter sent by FBI Director Comey to Congress Friday, have been pressuring him to release more details about the emails, including whether Comey had even reviewed them himself.
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