OCALA (CBSMiami/AP) — While campaigning in Florida, Donald Trump said if he lost the presidential election, it will have been the biggest waste of time and money in his life.
Yet, he doesn’t know what comes next for him.
The Republican presidential candidate told supporters in Ocala, Florida Wednesday: “If we don’t win this election, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
Trump is struggling to steady his flagging campaign after a recording of him degrading women sent it reeling.
He’s seeking to reframe the competition as a referendum on Democrat Hillary Clinton’s fitness for office in light of revelations included in documents released by Wikileaks.
Meantime, Clinton’s campaign is keeping an eye on a trio of traditionally Republican states that could be up for grabs in November: Arizona, Georgia and Utah.
Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri says running mate Tim Kaine will soon be doing interviews in Utah and Arizona. While neither Clinton nor Kaine has plans to travel to those states, Palmieri said the campaign is looking “to see if that makes sense.”
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