'We cannot be complacent. We cannot rest. Do not grow weary,' Clinton tells supporters after polls give her big lead over Trump
- A pre-debate poll gave her an 11-point lead over Donald Trump. Clinton said it's not to be believed, though, and the race could be much closer
- Clinton said that Trump 'has insulted everybody,' yet he could still win
- 'We need your help. Florida is the key. If we win Florida, there's no way my opponent can win,' she said on a Miami radio station
Hillary Clinton urged her supporters this morning not to become over-confident.
'We cannot be complacent. We cannot rest. Do not grow weary,' she said during a Miami radio interview.
A pre-debate poll gave her an 11-point lead over Donald Trump. Clinton said it's not to be believed, though, and the race could be much closer.
Hillary Clinton urged her supporters this morning not to become over-confident
'I don't trust the polls. They've been all over the place in this campaign,' she told program host Bishop Victor Curry. 'I don't believe them when they're up. I don't believe them when they're down. I just try to work hard every single day.'
Clinton said that Trump 'has insulted everybody' - women, blacks, Latinos, immigrants, POWs, Muslims, persons with disabilities - and yet he could still win.
'I mean he's insulted everyone. So people need to understand what's at stake in this election,' she stated on a Florida radio station.
An NBC News/WSJ poll conducted before Sunday's debate, after a tape of Trump talking about his celebrity status and grabbing women by the genitals was released, had Clinton way out in front of her opponents.
In a four-way race against Trump, Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein, Clinton had 46 percent of the vote to the Republican's 35 percent. Johnson and Stein had nine percent of the vote and two percent of the vote respectively.
Against Trump alone she'd take 52 percent of the vote to his 38 percent if the election were held today, pollsters found.
A survey of voters taken by The Atlantic this month also had Clinton 11 points ahead of Trump.
Curry cited the referenced the polls and and asked Clinton to explain to listeners why 'this is not the time to become complacent.'
'Well, you are 100 percent right, bishop,' she replied, telling him she doesn't trust the surveys.
A pre-debate poll gave her an 11-point lead over Donald Trump. Clinton said it's not to be believed, though, and the race could be much closer
The former secretary of state promised to build on the work of President Barack Obama and 'go further.'
'I'm proud to be his friend, and I want to make sure that we don't go backwards,' she said on WMBM, AM 1490 Miami.
This election presents a 'critical choice, and it's a particularly critical choice for African Americans,' she said.
'We need your help. Florida is the key. If we win Florida, there's no way my opponent can win. That's why he's going to be in Florida today. He knows that,' she said. 'And despite all of the terrible things he has said and done he is still trying to win this election.'
Trump's campaigning in Panama City, Florida, today. The Democratic White House candidate gave the interview ahead of her own rally in Miami this afternoon.
She and Al Gore will speak about the 'urgent threat of climate change,' her campaign says.
Clinton has a sizeable national advantage over Trump but she enjoys a mere two point lead over him in Florida in polls taken by NBC and Gravis this month. An Emerson poll had Trump up by one.
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