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Amid sliding poll numbers, Donald Trump ramping up the attack on Hillary Clinton in an exclusive interview with Reuters Tuesday, claiming her plans for Syria could push the US into what he called World War III.>> Well, she has no plan for Syria. And with her you'll end up in World War III.
She doesn't know what she's doing. So you're not fighting Syria anymore. You're fighting Syria, Russia, and Iran. What we should do is focus on ISIS. We should not be focusing on Syria. You'll end up with her plan. You'll end up in World War III with Syria. Steve, you're gonna end up in World War III over Syria if we listen to Hillary Clinton.
She's incompetent.>> Trump referring to Clinton's call for a no-fly zone over Syria to halt the Assad regime's bombing of civilians in the five year-old conflict. A move critics say could force a showdown with Vladimir Putin. Reporter Steve Holland interviewing Trump at one of his golf resorts in Florida, as he barnstorms the crucial battleground shadowed by Clinton.
>> In America, we don't say we're going to keep you in suspense about whether we will respect the outcome of an election.>> Polls showing her leading Trump both in Florida and nationwide by a healthy margin, as she picked up the endorsement of former Republican Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Trump on Tuesday pivoting away from charges that the election is quote rigged instead hanging a possible loss on the failure of Republican leaders to support him and revealing the depth of the GOP divide.>> If the leaders were helping me, we couldn't lose this election. It would be an impossibility.
I have the people, and the people are very angry with the leadership of this party. Because this is an election that we will win 100% if we had support from the top. I think we're gonna win it anyway.>>
>> This is a big crowd.>> Trump pointing to the thousands at his rallies as evidence leaders are out of step with the party and may squander a chance to retake the White House.
>> There are very few people here, do you believe these people?