Donald Trump has surged ahead of Hillary Clinton in the polls as concerns about her health issues intensify, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Trump has decisively edged out Clinton in the key battleground state of Florida and Ohio, new poll numbers from CNN and the Opinion Research Corporation show.
In Florida, he leads Clinton with 47% of likely voters, compared to her 44%. And in Ohio, the divide is even larger, with Trump at 46% to Clinton's 41%.
This is just the latest disastrous news for Clinton's team. Earlier this month, an ABC/Washington Post poll revealed that, among, registered voters, 38 percent viewed her favorably while 59 percent had an unfavorable opinion of the Democratic nominee. These numbers represent her lowest popularity ratings EVER.
Meanwhile, nearly every day brings a new scandal for the beleaguered Democratic candidate.
This morning, it was reported that Russian hackers had uncovered emails from a major Clinton donor to Colin Powell, revealing she secretly "hates" President Barack Obama.
In addition, concerns about whether she is fit to lead the country have reached unprecedented heights in the wake of her fainting spell at the 9-11 memorial in NYC. Her doctor admitted today that she has suffered from "fever," "dizziness," and respiratory issues in recent weeks.