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Approximately 2.75 million people are registered in more than one state. Trump has denied those allegations, which burst into the race last week in a steady, damaging stream. Trump began October with $75 million in his campaign and joint party accounts, he said Saturday in a statement. "And we are moving on", she said. "This is felony corruption by any standard".
In an email dated March 17 to Clinton, campaign chairman John Podesta also proposed the mega-billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, his wife Melinda and General Motors chief executive Mary Barra as possible Democratic vice presidents.
Moore, however, "claims that the theater's management prevented him from taking the stage as they deemed him too controversial". Moore, an outspoken critic of Trump, supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary and has since thrown his support behind Hillary Clinton.
In the same radio interview McCain also questioned the host's assertion that Donald Trump would be superior to Clinton on the issue of Supreme Court nominees. "This is where we need the majority and Pat Toomey is probably as articulate and effective on the floor of the Senate as anyone I have encountered", he said.