Hillary Clinton has hit a rough patch at a critical time in the race for the White House.
A new batch of 14,900 emails found by the FBI is threatening to throw her off message, and the drip-drip release of emails will be something to contend with through Election Day.
The Democratic nominee's campaign is also facing new questions about the Clinton Foundation after separate emails were released that showed a foundation official seeking time with Clinton for a donor.
Days later, The Associated Press ran a story, which the Clinton campaign has repeatedly attacked, detailing links between Clinton Foundation donors and meetings with former Secretary of State Clinton.
If that weren’t enough, a lingering GOP perjury threats looms over Brooklyn, as House Republicans have promised action this fall.
The string of negative headlines follows weeks of good news for Clinton.
A successful convention and repeated mistakes by Republican nominee Donald Trump have strengthened her standing as the favorite to be elected president.
A Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday found her with a 10-point lead over Trump, and battleground state maps suggest she could win the presidency even if she loses the critical battleground states of Florida and Ohio, where polls show she is running neck-and-neck or ahead of Trump.
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