Donald Trump is again claiming the fix is already in come Election Day, but that's not the message from others at the top of his campaign. This comes as Hillary Clinton's team is playing down new details about emails at the State Department, which she led during President Obama's first term. Josh Robin reports.
Another day — another warning on Twitter from Donald Trump.
Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day. Why do Republican leaders deny what is going on? So naive!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2016
It's unclear if Trump's charges of Republican naiveté applies to his own campaign manager.
"If there's compelling evidence of voter fraud, obviously, as early voting goes on…" said Kellyanne Conway.
QUESTION: "But there hasn't been any evidence of that."
"No, I didn't say that," Conway continued. "I said if there is."
Early voting is underway and Trump's running mate is noticeably less sure of existing fraud. But he and Trump agree another factor is rigging the vote.
"There's a lot of talk about rigged elections out there today," Pence said. "And I have no doubt the national media is trying to rig this election with their biased coverage in Hillary Clinton's favor."
Clinton is again out of sight, preparing for Wednesday's final debate, but she has more email headlines.
A new FBI document shows that a top State Department official offered a quid pro quo to change the classification of an email from Clinton's private account — in exchange, more FBI agents would be allowed in countries where they are presently forbidden.
Clinton is seen as wanting to limit retroactive classifications of her private email.
The FBI rejected the request, and the FBI and State department say no deal occurred.
The Clinton campaign is feeling increasingly confident about helping fellow democrats, announcing new resources in Indiana and Missouri and announcing First Lady Michelle Obama will stump for Clinton in Arizona . There is even a limited plan for a pro-Clinton ad in Texas, which hasn't voted for a Democratic presidential nominee since Jimmy Carter in 1976.
An ad running there highlights another rarity, the Dallas Morning News endorsed a Democrat for the first time in 80 years.
Meanwhile, Melania Trump says in an interview she believes her husband was egged on when his lewd boasts were caught on tape.
"I was surprised, because I said like I don't know that person, that would talk that way, and that he would say that kind of stuff in private," Melania said.