Trump got a gift form gods.
James Comey saved America.
We did it folks, the race is over!
Donald Trump has leapfrogged over Hillary Clinton in the newest national ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll.
Trump is now 1 point ahead of his Democratic rival, earning 46 percent of likely voters’ support, compared to Clinton’s 45 percent.
This is a shocking reversal from just eight days ago, when Clinton was 12 points ahead.
Then Trump was being bombarded by accusations from women of sexual misconduct, including groping and kissing without their permission, while Clinton looked to be smooth sailing to the White House.
But even before Friday’s revelation written by FBI Director James Comey in a letter to congress – that more conversations from Clinton’s secret server had been discovered – the Democrat was losing ground and the race was tightening.
By Sunday, one week after the daily tracking poll launched, Clinton was ahead by just 1 point, and now she’s behind The Donald by the same.
Voter enthusiasm for Clinton, a metric she’s struggled with all year, had finally topped Trump’s on October 22, but has again dipped below.
Trump leads Clinton by 8 points in voter enthusiasm with 53 percent of likely voters saying they’re very enthusiastic about voting for the billionaire, while 45 percent say that of Clinton.
Nine days ago, Clinton was at 52 percent and Trump at 49 percent.
Trump’s 1 point lead nationally is within the poll’s margin of error as the race is, as ABC’s pollsters put it, ‘exceedingly close.’
Trump has only bested Clinton once before in this survey, topping her by 2 points in late May after he closed up the Republican nomination.
She would clinch the Democratic nomination in early June and then be endorsed by her primary rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, in mid-July.
Pollsters also warn that voter preference taken a week out doesn’t necessarily predict who’s going to win the race.
A week before the election four years ago, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was 1 point ahead of incumbent President Barack Obama.
Obama would go on to win.
The same scenario played out in 2004 with Democrat John Kerry, now Obama’s secretary of state, 1 point ahead of incumbent President George W. Bush.
Bush beat Kerry in the popular vote by more than 2 points, after losing the popular vote to Al Gore four years before.
America hates Hillary. And Trump has not done any mistake for a month.
So he will win!
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