Hillary Clinton is pressing into reliably red Arizona Wednesday as she tries to steal a Republican state away from Donald Trump. Her rival, reinvigorated by the FBI’s new email review, was laser-focused on Florida, a marquee battleground state he can’t win the White House without.
With less than a week until Election Day, both candidates are warning of dire consequences if the other is elected. Trump says Clinton would be under investigation as president, sparking a “constitutional crisis,” though the FBI has declined to prosecute her for her handling of classified information.
Clinton has vowed the FBI will have “no case” after reviewing new emails, but her campaign is nervous about tightening polls and is ramping up attacks on Trump.