A few weeks ago, Donald Trump told a New Hampshire crowd he loves to cite the polls — when he is ahead.
"When we do badly, I don't know about polls, right? But when we're doing well, I know about polls," Trump said in Sandown, N.H., on Oct. 6. Since then, Trump has fallen from about 4 points behind Hillary Clinton nationally, to about 6 points. But his positioning in battleground states that will determine which candidate gets to 270 electoral votes has become much more precarious.
Trump is now lashing out against those polls.