More than a week after the Democratic National Convention concluded, a series of polls and antics by Republican Donald Trump paint an entirely different picture of the presidential race.
On July 29, a day after her nomination acceptance speech, Democrat Hillary Clinton trailed Trump by 1.2 points in an average of recent polls reflecting a four-way race with Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, according to RealClearPolitics. Some of those polls reflected a Trump boost after the Republican National Convention.
The release of new four-way polls conducted partially or fully after July 29 gives Clinton an average lead of 6.6 points. RealClearPolitics counted eight polls done at least partly or fully after July 29, showing a solid post-convention bump for Clinton.
The latest, an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released Thursday, showed Clinton with a nine-point lead in a four-way race.
Here is just some of the notable Trump news since the DNC ended:
Here are the polls conducted at least partially since July 29, the day after the DNC ended. Clinton's boost is certainly helped by the post-convention bump candidates typically get.