Hillary Clinton Makes Push in Republican Territory

Clinton's campaign is working traditionally red states like Arizona and Georgia that now appear to be in play in her race against Donald Trump.
2:03 | 10/18/16

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Now to Hillary Clinton looking to gain momentum and expand into traditionally red states. Her campaign dramatically wrapping up efforts in Arizona. This morn she's facing tough new questions about her e-mails and ABC's Cecilia Vega has all that. Reporter: Good morning to you and this morning, allegations of a quid pro quo. The implication here that a top state department official was trying to protect Hillary Clinton from the political fallout of having classified information on her private server. The state department and the FBI say it never happened but Republicans say not so fast. The stars were out for a big Hillary Clinton fund-raiser overnight in New York. Billy crystal, Sarah Jessica park parker, Barbara surprise and just to name a few raising at least 2 million dollars. But this morning newly released notes from FBI interviews about Clinton's private server, in them, what Republicans are calling this bombshell. An FBI staffer accuses a top state department official of pressuring the bureau to declarify an e-mail found on that server. The FBI staffer telling investigators the request ammed to a quote, quid pro quo adding in exchange for marking the e-mail unclassified, state would reciprocate by allowing the FBI to place more agents in countries where they are presently forbidden. The FBI and state department say the deal never happened. There was no quid pro quo and that the e-mail in question Rema remained classified. There was no quid pro quo. This shows corruption at the highest level and we can't let it happen as American citizens. Reporter: Clinton's team still feeling confident about the election expanding efforts in Republican territory, Arizona, Utah and Georgia. And in Arizona three big name surrogates, Bernie Sanders, Chelsea Clinton and the heaviest hitter of all Michelle Obama all headed there this week. Clinton herself still off the campaign trail behind closed doors practicing for tomorrow's debate. Big event tomorrow night,

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