Energy is with Donald Trump's campaign, and the race should be "dead even" before the week is over, the GOP nominee's senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, maintained on Wednesday.
"I think by the time we wake up tomorrow it will be a dead even race," Miller told Fox News' "America's Newsroom" program. "Maybe Mr. Trump will be ahead a little bit."
Trump declared this week that his "shackles" are now off so he can fight for the White House, and Miller said Wednesday that the nominee has "never been the candidate of Washington."
"He's never been the candidate propped up by politicians and wondering what the folks in Washington think," Miller said. "He's always empowered by the grassroots. It's the people outside the beltway who have driven his campaign. Hillary Clinton is a different story. We are seeing stories about collusion and emails about her campaign. There is a lot of funny business about her campaign and the Department of Justice. You see those emails, and it looks like there is some clear coordinating between the DOJ."
Meanwhile, Trump has been talking about the same themes he's used throughout the election.
"We'll go in there and tear up these tearable trade deals, if they are tearable and he will renegotiate them," said Miller. "Nothing changed with his messaging. You see Mr. Trump spending a lot of time going into community neglected by the Democrats for too long and shows he wants to be a president for all Americans."
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