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Trump concedes he's 'somewhat behind' in the polls

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Despite his consistent claims that he’s winning, Donald Trump on Monday conceded during a radio interview broadcast to a Charlotte audience that he’s trailing in the polls.

“I think we’re gonna have — whether it’s Brexit or beyond Brexit, I think we’re gonna have a Brexit situation,” Trump told Bo Thompson of WBT’s “Charlotte’s Morning News,” referring to the British referendum in which voters decided to leave the European Union. “You know, that one was behind in the polls, and I guess I’m somewhat behind in the polls but not by much. I mean, in your state, I’m 1 point, 2 points and even in three polls. 1 point, 2 points and even.”


According to RealClearPolitics, though, Clinton leads by margins from 1 point to 4 points in six recent surveys. She leads Trump by an average of 2.5 percentage points in its average of North Carolina polls.

Earlier Monday, Trump told his nearly 13 million Twitter followers that he’s winning the election, even citing a Rasmussen national poll in which he leads by 2 percentage points, 43 percent to 41 percent, as evidence.

“We are winning, and the press is refusing to report it,” Trump alleged in a tweet. “Don't let them fool you- get out and vote! #DrainTheSwamp on November 8th!”

During the radio interview, Trump touted his support, including a large crowd in Naples, Florida — “we had a crowd close to 15,000 people set up with one tweet; you know, it used to be you had to advertise” — and people “from all over” in Tennessee.


“I don’t know if you’ve heard, but in Tennessee, they’re coming from all over,” Trump said. “Everyone’s amazed at the intensity, really, of what’s going on, and in other places where early voting is starting, they’re already lining up.”

The real estate mogul also claimed that African-American voters would support him “in large numbers” because he will fix the inner cities. Of course, Clinton has a massive lead among African-Americans and other non-white voters, and not all black people live in inner cities.

“I think we have a much greater — a tremendous enthusiasm — much greater enthusiasm than she has,” Trump said. “I just don’t think people — I think African-Americans are gonna be voting for me in large numbers because I’m gonna fix the problems that — I mean, the problems are incredible in the inner cities.”

Trump blamed Democrats who he said come around every four years to get votes and then leave until the next election.

“Look at the inner cities. They’re dangerous, you can’t get a job and the education’s no good,” he continued. “And I always go: ‘What do you have to lose? I will fix it.’ And I’m gonna fix it. And I have tremendous African-American support and I just, you know, frankly, she’s terrible. She talks and nothing gets done.”

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