>> It is indeed time to drain the swamp.>> Donald Trump pivoting to a new line of attack Tuesday, after weeks of leaked emails failed to halt Hillary Clinton's upward March in the polls. The latest batch from WikiLeaks adding into a pile from Clinton's Campaign Chair, John Podesta.
And hundreds more dumped by conservative group, Citizens United. But nothing in the October deluge making a dent so far in Clinton's solid lead over Donald Trump.>> We're going to end the government of corruption.>> The Trump team hoping this week's revelations by the FBI will be different.
An unnamed FBI investigator claiming State Department Official, Patrick Kennedy, tried to shield Clinton by pressuring the bureau to declassify a sensitive email found on her private server. Offering a quick pro quo, an opening Trump quickly jumped on.>> This is a bigger event than Watergate.>> Reporter Emily Stephenson is with Trump in Colorado.
>> Even though the State Department and the FBI both said that there was no quid pro quo and that the allegations were not correct. Trump said that this was evidence of the kind of corruption that you would see from a Clinton administration.>> It's hard to believe, and nothing happens to her.
>> Trump seeing, if not a magic bullet at least an opening, offering to quote, drain the swamp in Washington, if he's elected with a new slate of ethics rules.>> I'm going to institute a five year ban on all executive branch officials lobbying the government after they leave government service, right?
>> All members of Congress.>> Trump seeking to shift focus away from allegations of groping from at least eight accusers, that have taken a heavy toll in the wake of the leaked lewd tape that plunged his campaign into crisis.
>> There's another major announcement I'm making today, as part of our pledge to drain this swamp. If I'm elected president, I will push for a constitution amendment to impose term limits on->>