Poynter chief media writer on Trump groping accusations, Wikileaks revelations about Clinton campaign

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Jim Warren, a media writer for Poynter Institute and political columnist for U.S. News and World Report, joined WGN Morning News today to discuss Donald Trump's groping accusations and Hillary Clinton's email scandal.

Warren called the two accusations against Trump, reported by the New York Times, devastating to his campaign. He said it will only make matters worse for Trump after it was announced he would be ending his campaign in Virginia.

"Word came out last night via NBC News that they are essentially pulling out of Virginia," Warren told WGN. "That's very very big, he had the thread and needle so closely in the electoral college any way. He's got to win Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and Florida."

He also spoke on the effects of the Wikileaks emails from the Clinton campaign and if its going to damage her campaign.

"This stuff is a little more suttle nature," Warren said. "The remarks about the Catholics is not from Hillary, it was from one person in the campaign to another person."

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