Donald Trump extended his attack on Hillary Clinton, intimating Saturday his Democratic presidential opponent is not "loyal" to her once-impeached husband.
Lifelong Republican loyalists across the country are beyond frustrated that Trump's dueling personas appear to be jeopardizing the GOP's chance to take back the White House.
Clinton made no mention of Trump's taxes during her events in North Carolina Sunday and did not respond to a shouted question about it.
That Trump was losing money during the early to mid-1990s - a period marked by bankruptcies and poor business decisions - was already well established.
"Hilary Clinton, if she ever got the chance, would 100 percent support the Trans Pacific Partnership", he said.
North Carolina is among the nation's top battleground states and Clinton's campaign has invested heavily in the state won by Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 election.
"She's home resting right now", Trump said. According to the New York Times he added, "I don't even think she's loyal to Bill, you want to know the truth".
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On Saturday night in Manheim, Pennsylvania, Trump launched personal attacks against Clinton, mocking her recent bout with pneumonia, saying she should be in prison and questioning her loyalty to her husband. News even published a story with a headline suggesting Trump may have had the worst week in the history of presidential politics.
Trump's 1995 record losses would have allowed him to avoid paying income tax for two decades.
The most frequently used Clinton advertisements about Trump have a common theme: They show regular people, often in the flicker of a television set, spliced with footage of Trump making some of his most incendiary comments. "A lot of bad things happen".
Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, is favored by 35 percent of likely voters in the state, while Trump, the Republican nominee, is backed by 31 percent.
Clinton kept her pneumonia diagnosis private until she was seen almost collapsing while getting into her vehicle at a ceremony marking the September 11, 2001, attacks in NY. "That's ridiculous. That doesn't make any sense and I don't think anybody takes that seriously".
Clinton had planned to visit the city last week but delayed the trip after city officials said their resources were stretched thin.
In the days since the debate, Trump has been struggling to regain his footing, getting caught up in a back-and-forth with former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, who Trump had criticized for gaining weight. She deflected the gold standard charge with the retort, "I did say I hoped it would be a good deal".