Voters in three presidential battleground states have delivered a stinging verdict on Donald Trump's comments about a Mexican-American judge.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday found presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton making gains against the Republican real estate mogul in two of the three swing states considered key to determining the presidency.
And some of that could be attributable to Trump's recent attacks on Indiana-born Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge in Southern California presiding over a class-action fraud lawsuit against former Trump University, said Peter Brown, the poll's assistant director. A sizable majority in each of the three states — Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania — say Trump's comments were "racist."
Clinton leads Trump 47%-39% among Florida voters, up from the 1-point advantage (43%-42%) she held last month in the same poll — before Trump spent several days going after Curiel in speeches and interviewsRead the rest of the story HERE.
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