Hillary Clinton seems well-positioned to win in November, but an insightful article in The Hill this morning suggests there are still several things that could go wrong for her.
The three presidential debates offer Trump his biggest chance to reset the race.
Clinton cannot win the expectations game in advance of the first clash, which will be held at Hofstra University on September 26. The former secretary of State is a formidable debater who has been in public life for a quarter-century, and she is going up against a man who has never run for office before. Anything less than a clear-cut win for her is likely to be seen as a positive for Trump....
The nightmare scenario for Democrats: Clinton heads into Election Day confident of victory, only for liberals to stay home while Trump benefits from an unexpected surge among his white, working-class base....
Any attack on the U.S. homeland would undoubtedly have an impact on the presidential race.
During the early days of the Republican primary campaign, Trump’s polling numbers rose sharply in the wake of attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif.
There are more than two and a half months until election day, and anything can happen.