Minutes of fear for the Republican candidate Donald was literally rush off stage during a rally in Reno, Nevada. Meanwhile, local cops, some wearing helmets and body armor, swarmed a man in the audience, pinned him to the floor and rushed him out of the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.
Trump was nearing the end of his stump speech at around 9 p.m. Eastern time when a pair of Secret Service agents rushed the podium and quickly hustled him off stage.The seemingly unruffled candidate reappeared a few minutes later and gamely picked up his speech where he had left off.“Nobody said it was going to be easy for us,” he said.“But we will never be stopped — never, ever be stopped.”
It was founded a controversy following the post of Donald Trump Jr., who has retweeted some messages on his Twitter account, which speaks of “attempted murder”. The Secret Service has, however, issued a statement saying as no firearm was found on the spot. “Suddenly an unidentified individual in front of the stage shouted ‘gun’ (gun) – explains – and some agents have immediately captured him. After checking in on the man and the surrounding area it was not found any weapons.
The latest polls
While Trump is in Nevada, there’s good news for Hillary Clinton.While Trump is in Nevada, there’s good news for Hillary Clinton. The last data on turnout, in fact, indicate a real wave of Hispanic voters (favorable to the Democrats) to the polls for early voting. A wave which also states poised, territories that the Republican would need to win to complete the comeback, winning the fateful threshold of 270 electoral votes needed to settle in the White House.
According to observers, the strategy of the Democratic candidate would be to focus a lot in the last hours on the Florida, with assistance by the presence of Barack Obama. The New York Times called it “Hillary Shooting”. In Florida, where Clinton is ahead of only 1.2 points in the last hour turnout of Democrats to the polls for the first time since the start of early voting in the state it is higher than that of the Republicans. A fact that increases the chances of the Clinton victory in the Sunshine State, giving away less than 29 electors. If Trump were to lose them, his path to the White House could become a chimera.