Donald Trump Taps Supporters For Advice On Next Debate

Reports published over the weekend say Trump claimed a almost one billion dollar loss on his tax returns in 1995.

Trump's vice presidential nominee, Mike Pence, defended Trump days after a New York Times report gave ammunition to the Democratic case against Trump by reporting he may not have paid federal taxes for 18 years.

Trump faced new questions over his treatment of women Monday as former cast and crew members from the reality TV show "The Apprentice" described for the first time his treatment of women on the set.

"I was able to use the tax laws of this country and my business acumen to dig out of the real estate mess. when few others were able to do what I did", he said.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a voter registration rally at Zenbo Shrine October 4, 2016 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Here's what Kaine said: "Donald Trump during his campaign has called Mexicans rapists and criminals".

AFSCME also estimated if Trump paid his taxes without special breaks, his federal taxes would be enough to pay 2,300 highway maintenance workers, or 1,765 FBI agents. I'm not sure exactly how many tax professionals are employed in preparing the software and keeping it updated.

Hillary Clinton's campaign, meanwhile, denied it had anything to do with the release of Trump's tax records to the paper, which were delivered anonymously by mail with a return address of "Trump Tower".

Girls, she said, hear a painful message growing up: "Forget your mind, forget your heart, care only what you look [like] because that's all we care about".

Meanwhile, here's what polls of the presidential contest show. "But a lot of people can't handle it", Trump told a veterans group Monday.

While Trump supported abortion rights in his younger years, he now says he is staunchly "pro-life", aside from exemptions in cases of rape, incest and when the life of the mother is at risk.

It highlighted several subject areas that Trump has focused on: For example, it says the average salary of a Veterans Affairs registered nurse is approximately $75,000 or $100,000 with benefits and leave.