Donald Trump is making a roaring comeback! The Republican presidential nominee has pulled ahead of Hillary Clinton in a new national poll.
Though Clinton had been leading Trump in almost every poll throughout the August, the billionaire has gained momentum, moving ahead of his opponent 44.6% to 43.5%, a new USC Dornsife poll, Los Angeles Times revealed.
Following the Democratic National Convention ended in July, Clinton received a boost in her poll numbers, gaining a 15-point lead over Trump, The Guardian reported.
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But after Trump ignited a shakeup last week by ousting campaign chairman Paul Manafort and hiring Breitbart executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon, he now finds himself neck and neck with Clinton in the latest Iowa poll, CBS News reported.