"We're baffled," said the bookmaker, as Clinton's odds shortened considerably.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld made the claim during a discussion about the New York Times' credibility after the newspaper's latest story on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
"I did not expect to discover that he had been talking about her this often," Matt Gertz of Media Matters for America told Newsweek. "I'm still stunned by these results."
"If you give Trump a tool to equalize the playing field, which is what this does, he will do exactly what he did to Hillary Clinton," Republican consultant Dan Hazelwood said.
Warren made clear on Sunday that she will not allow President Donald Trump to disrespect her on the debate stage.
"The debunked study you're referring to was based on 21 undecided voters," Clinton said. "For context that's about half the number of people associated with your campaign who have been indicted."
"There is no evidence of rampant voter fraud in 2016, or really in any previous election," Ellen Weintraub said.
"The retweet was from somebody that's a very respected conservative pundit, so I think it was fine," Trump insisted.
Patton is a controversial Trump associate who had no apparent housing experience before she was appointed to lead one of the largest regions that HUD oversees in 2017.
Taylor Swift hasn't denied speculation she's engaged after releasing a wedding-themed new lyric.
"So who is the real Ivanka Trump? What's her effing story?" the podcast host says. "I'm going to find out."
Right-wing conspiracy theorists attempted to link reports that Jeffrey Epstein had attempted suicide to long-disproven claims involving the Clintons.
Melania Trump jumped seven places from her position in the same ranking last year, while Clinton dropped four places.
"To me, having a foreign intelligence agency set up one of my decedents with lies and planting false stories, to me that's pretty outrageous," Deborah Sines, the federal prosecutor who was previously in charge of Rich's case, said.
Hillary Clinton "was a public servant and she should be held accountable, so now we're looking to hold her accountable," a member from the Equal Justice Tour said, as he handed the documents to an officer.
"If you want a friend, be one. If you want to lose a friend ignore that person," former DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison said.
In fact, major post-debate polls following the candidates' three debates from September to October showed that respondents believed Clinton emerged as the victor over Trump.
Trump said he hadn't campaigned to win the popular vote, but asserted that he would have won had his campaign employed a different strategy.
Trump suggested on Saturday that the photo of him and his latest accuser means nothing, telling reporters "give me a break."
"I think Hillary Clinton made a big mistake with that speech," Trump said about a 2016 speech made by Clinton.
"The Devil never offered me anything, but now it's the Democrats dancing with him in their evil plot to subvert democracy and take down a president they simply hate."
"I wonder if he knew exactly what he was doing, the exact way he was asked that question and the answer he gave because time after time, he knows the media bubble and fizz like Alka-Seltzer in water and he is playing them like a flute," Hannity said.
The former Harvard law professor said that even though he could support Joe Biden, he couldn't pull himself to vote for Bernie Sanders.
"Earlier this month, Scrabble updated its list of approved words for game play for the first time in four years ("ivesssapology" and "covfefe" were not among them)," Clinton tweeted early Sunday morning.
Now on the sidelines, the Clintons offer cut-rate speaking tours and muse about what might have been.
The president "would fall apart if (Melania) ever said, 'Donald, there's nothing keeping me here,'" Maher said.
This weekend Clinton warned 2020 candidates the election could be "stolen" from them.
"Are they looking for a redo because they hated seeing the strong NO COLLUSION conclusion? There was no crime," the president insisted on Twitter.
A new edition of "Obama: The Call of History" claims President Barack Obama and his team thought Hillary Clinton "brought many of her troubles on herself" in her unsuccessful run against Donald Trump.
"I've been investigated repeatedly by the other side. And, much to their dismay, but to my satisfaction, it's been for naught," the former secretary of state said.