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>> With eight days to go until the election, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, taking a break from swinging States to campaign on rival democrat Hilary Clinton's turf.>> So when you look around Michigan, and you see the rusted out factories, the empty buildings, and the long unemployment lines, remember, Hillary Clinton did much of this to you.
>> Trump's staging two rallies in Deep Blue, Michigan, Monday. He's trying to press his advantage after the revelation of a new FBI probe into Clinton's use of private email. But it's not just Michigan, Trump's spending time in New Mexico and Wisconsin where Clinton seems confident of victory. Reuters political correspondent, Emily Stephenson.
>> The Trump campaign has said that they think that their polls show them doing better in some of these states with a lot of white, blue collar, older voters. And so they may have some polling that indicates that they can do better in these states than the public polls are showing them doing.
But I think if you're not seeing Clinton spend time in Michigan and New Mexico and Wisconsin even, they're not concerned about it, so it seems like their polls are not showing any problems there.>> Nevertheless, the Trump campaign apparently believes it has at least two wedge issues it can drive into Democratic strongholds.
The first, the FBI probe. The second, Obamacare.>> Michigan residents are going to experience crashing double digit premium hikes, congratulations.>> While Trump is trying to turn Michigan from blue to red, Clinton is campaigning in neighboring Ohio, where polls show the candidates are in a dead heat. Some surveys showing a slight lead for Donald Trump.
>> I'm Hillary Clinton, and I approve this message.>> Team Hillary, unveiling an ad that's both new and a throwback, updating this groundbreaking TV spot from the 1964 Lyndon Johnson campaign against republican Barry Goldwaters, suggesting nuclear annihilation.
The fear of nuclear war that we had as children, I never thought our children would ever have to deal with that again.
>> Clinton, using the same daisy picking little girl to question Donald Trump's temperament when it comes to the US nuclear arsenal.