or ohio or iowa who are undecided. they are not voting for the candidates at this point. they are voting against one or the other. i suspect with undecided voters, this could have an impact. if i were in the clinton campaign or were a house candidate and i would be outraged this dropped 11 days before election day. >> will this have an impact? yes. will it have as much impact as 1980 or 1992 before there was early voting? perhaps not. i can't believe with -- you come on the show and talk about the close states in play when you are talking about florida or ohio or iowa and new hampshire, there were polls that show ed i in clinton's hands and close to the margin of error. it will have an impact. i hope for james comey's sake and for the sake of the fbi and this country he had a good reason to drop this 11 days before the election. if he didn't, this will be a permanent stain not only on his legacy, but also on the reputation of the professionals that work in the fbi. >> joe scarborough, thanks for taking a few minutes. >
, and win iowa, probably, then he needs to win two or three other states to get over the top. so if he wins the big three, florida, ohio and north can linear than he is in hailing distance of winning. but he still has a much narrower path than she does. >> that path basically gets him, if he pulls that off, wins all three of the must win, two of which are had are hugely close right now, and assume he doesn't win pennsylvania which is he probably not going to win pennsylvania, probably not, the more likely path is doing this thing where he stitches together these smaller states. even that just barely gets him to 270 electoral votes it is a very narrow path he is on right now. it's not impossible. but it's narrow. there is not much margin for error. >> rose: back in a moment. we will talk to the new york times reporters who got the letter that contained the documents about the 1995 tax returns of donald j. trump and marla maple. "the new york times" revealed on saturday that republican presidential candidate donald trump could have avoided nearly a billion dollars in income taxe
he's got to pull out pennsylvania or the other avenue again, nevada, iowa and new hampshire where he's doing fine or pick up colorado, michigan, or virginia. i think that's where we'll be on november 8. >> so you obviously want him concentrating on those issues, and we'll see if he does -- >> jobs, the economy, secure the borders, who is going to stand up to vladimir putin. we need to talk about the issues and the change that he will bring to america, change that is so desperately needed. >> congressman chris collins, thank you so much for talking with us. >> always good to be with you. >> always good to have you. >> hillary clinton on the rise in some key battleground states. that includes florida. yes. you know, that reminds me of geico's 97% customer satisfaction rating. 97%? helped by geico's fast and friendly claims service. huh... oh yeah, baby. geico's as fast and friendly as it gets. woo! geico. expect great savings and a whole lot more. ""you don't want to ride the 13l checkiforever, do you?"ore?" "credit karma huh?" "yeah, it's free." "credit karma. give youself some credit."
our path is florida, ohio, iowa and north carolina. >> we are in arizona because it is in play because of the shame of things donald trump is saying about p.o.w.'ss has put that in play and important governor races in indiana and missouri and we put in resources. >> check this out, the politics subcommittee card showing hillary clinton clenching the electoral vote with 262 of 270 votes need but the door is open for donald trump. we will bring in our political reporter for the daily beast. betsy, we will get to the map in a second but coupled with half dozen over swing states, the trump campaign manager is saying trump's management to the white house including florida where is where he is naples, ohio, iowa, north carolina, and even with a big two week media blitz, they are planning, what kind of strategy will kellyanne conway need to make the statement come true? >> it will be tough. florida and north carolina, particularly, hillary clinton is kind of taking the lead over donald trump the last few weeks, the incredibly damages news cycles since the course of the debate. those states us
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