After averaging $2 million a month, he gave his campaign a measly $31,000 in the first three weeks of October, according to filings with the election regulatory body on Thursday. He has only donated $56 million to his race as of October 20. Clinton is forecasted to win at least 324 electoral votes to Trump's 213. Trump has paraded the former president's accusers before the cameras and accused Hillary Clinton of undermining her husband's accusers. And within that group, only about a third say they will vote for him, with about a third supporting Clinton and the remainder supporting third party candidates.
"They are trying to convince you that your vote doesn't matter, that the outcome has already been determined and that you shouldn't even bother to make your voice heard".
Trump's remarks came as the NY businessman tries to steady rocky poll numbers amid a series of controversies and self-inflicted wounds. Despite this, the new poll shows Clinton with a 10 point lead - 46-36 percent - among women voters. "I don't want them to sit back", said Laura Jackson, 66, a Clinton supporter who drove two hours from Republican-heavy Fort Myers to be at Clinton's Tampa rally.
How much Trump has to spend is unknown.
Clinton is of the same mind.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton campaigned in another important swing state, North Carolina, where she was joined by first lady Michelle Obama. Likewise, Clinton isn't pulling out the stops for an upset.
On Monday, ABC News told us Clinton was ahead by 12 points.
Arrestor beds help prevent disaster on Pence's campaign jet
Reporters sitting at the back of the plane once joked they were busy pre-writing the "Pence Plane Skids Off the Runway " story. The craft made a hard landing, but continued to hurtle down the tarmac even as the pilot slammed on the brakes, Pence said.
"Complacency is probably our biggest enemy right now", he said.
Trump said on Thursday it was "certainly illegal" for NBC to release the tape and he left open the option of seeking legal action against the network after the election.
Clinton's advisers also warn that the race will probably narrow in the days to come.
The final push before Election Day is just as much about cash as it is about energy.
In essence, Trump's hopes rely on a huge turnout of his base voters, who are largely white and working class. "Clinton depends on younger voters and a strong presence at the polls of black and non-Cuban Hispanics". And it's true that some pre-election polls underplayed the size of Obama's re-election victory in 2012 and the Democratic mid-term election debacle two years later. Trump has made up ground among whites, particularly those without college degrees and women. In recent days, Trump has seen improvement in many traditionally red states, as well as in some key battleground ones. Others showed how Clinton associates tried to help billionaires and donors to the dynasty's charitable foundation get access to Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state.
Clinton now has a 48 per cent slice of the vote, to Trump's 44 per cent among likely voters.
Trump's problems with educated white female voters have been well documented. Those numbers are nearly identical to the first full week of early voting in 2012, when Obama ultimately won the state by 6.6 percentage points. Some close observers of Sunshine State politics do believe his intense campaigning is having an impact. "I think we have the resources with the team and with the volunteers". "That block is going to be pulled away now, " he said.