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ONE WEEK OUT: A look at the presidential election

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A week before the nation chooses its next leader, there are still signs of turmoil on both political camps.  Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) are still standing beyond the scandals that threatened to consume them.  Clinton continues to hemorrhage from an FBI probe into the email scandal that has caused many voters to distrust her while Trump can not escape the stigma of being a racist, misogynist. The fact that both President ad First Lady Obama have campaigned for Hillary Clinton recently and her poll numbers are not tracking higher and Trump continues to draw large crowds despite facing controversy  may not only indicate we are a divided nation, but a desperate one.

The Slice has gathered a few news headlines that show both candidates are entering the final stretch surrounded by negative press.  How will these reports impact the early voting numbers or election day results? For undecided voters, this period becomes a time when they begin to take polling data more serious.  With scandals taking a toll on both campaigns, voters are left with the option to choose the lesser of two evils, write in a name or vote for a third party candidate.

To verify claims you have heard that seem exaggerated about either candidate, fact check at www.politifact.com.

These stories best summarize the tone of the 2016 Presidential election with only 7 days to go.

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