At a campaign rally in Florida, Donald Trump tells supporters he’s winning in the critical swing state but warns them to act as if they are “slightly behind”, and calls rival Hillary Clinton “unstable”. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican Donald Trump urged his supporters to get out and vote in the critical swing state of Florida. Trump made three campaign stops in the Sunshine State on Wednesday, where he has taken the lead from Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. in some polls. Trump told a crowd in Miami that he was ahead, but to pretend he wasn't and to go vote. "Don't believe it, don't believe it, get out there and vote. Pretend we're slightly behind," Trump said. Trump hit many of the same themes he's hit all week, saying Hillary Clinton is dishonest and under multiple investigations that would swamp her presidency. "If Hillary Clinton were to be elected, it would create an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis," he said. Trump also described Clinton as "unstable". Clinton has also been spending a lot of time in Florida, which yields a rich haul of 29 electoral votes. In a tight race there, the RealClearPolitics average of polls from Florida put Trump one point ahead of Clinton on Wednesday.