Trump in the last few weeks has fired his campaign manager, seen Republicans flee from his campaign and released embarrassingly low fundraising figures.

Yet he is running competitively with Clinton in the states that will decide the winner of the White House after what may be looked back at as the low point of his campaign.

“If we’ve learned anything this cycle, it’s that this is the Donald Trump election and none of the normal rules apply,” Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray told The Hill…

“No Democrat with any common sense or real campaign experience is taking this race for granted,” said Democratic strategist Craig Varoga. “These states are battlegrounds for a reason — they’re always, without exception, closer in polls and results than the other 35 to 40 states.”

Pennsylvania is the battleground giving Democrats the most heartburn.