During a trip to an elementary school in Nevada, Republican nominee Donald Trump met a group of first grade students who had very “authentic reactions” to his visit, says Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs. Most of the students didn’t seem to notice Trump had joined the class, but one student repeatedly said, “I’m nervous.” Another student loudly settled a dispute with a classmate: “See, I told you his hair wasn’t orange.”
Meanwhile, many newspapers that have traditionally supported Republican candidates are making surprising endorsements of Hillary Clinton this election year. But do these endorsements really matter? The Hill’s Reid Wilson weighs in. Plus, while President Obama is seeing his approval rating rise in his final months in office, the first lady is hitting the campaign trail on behalf of Clinton.