At The Hill
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
(R-Ky.) is advising Republican senators to use their own game plans to
deal with a possible collapse of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign.
is telling vulnerable GOP senators to focus on their own states and
races and avoid getting swept up in the controversy swirling around
Trump, GOP sources say.
“We’re advising the same thing we have all along. Run your own race.
That has put us in the good position that we’re in overall. Everybody is
listening to people in their state,” said a Senate GOP aide.
An NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll on Monday showed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton opening up an 11-point lead on Trump.