Hillary Clinton says all she must do in this election is win Florida, and Donald Trump doesn't have a chance of winning the White House, The Washington Post reports.
"Florida is key. If we win Florida, there's no way my opponent can win," the Democratic candidate said on WMBM 1490 AM, a Gospel radio station in the Miami area that targets an African-American audience.
"Despite all the terrible things he's said and done, he's still trying to win this election," Clinton said, while urging African-American voters to vote in November.
"This is a critical choice, and it is a particularly critical choice for African-Americans. [Trump's] insulted everyone," she said. "People need to understand what's at stake in this election."
Following the Friday release of video of Trump having a sexually explicit conversation, several GOP leaders have condemned the Republican nominee, according to USA Today.
"I'm not following politics closely right now, but this is terrible," said Florida Gov. Rick Scott. "I don't agree with anyone talking like this about anyone, ever."
Although Clinton has a small lead over Trump in the Sunshine State on average, and only one poll in the past seven shows Trump ahead, according to RealClearPolitics, Clinton isn't convinced that she'll carry the state.
"I don't trust the polls," Clinton said on the radio. "They've been all over the place in this campaign."
The Post also reports that Trump has plans to make three campaign stops in three days in Florida, while Clinton is appearing with former Vice President Al Gore on Tuesday in Miami to discuss climate change.
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