Trump to lay out closing arguments in Gettysburg

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's campaign says he will begin to lay out his closing arguments in a major speech Saturday in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Trump will outline what his priorities would be during his first 100 days in office and again lay out his differences with Clinton.

Trump campaign policy adviser Stephen Miller says Trump will try to "speak to every American" about his vision "to restore our economy, give government back to the people and outline the immediate steps he will take in the first 100 days."

Trump is trailing rival Hillary Clinton nationally and in key battleground states with less than three weeks to go until Election Day,

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Clinton says Trump 'threatening our democracy'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton is telling supporters in Cleveland that Donald Trump is "threatening our democracy" by saying he may not concede if he loses the presidential election.

Clinton says losing an election doesn't feel great, but America knows the "difference between leadership and dictatorship."

Clinton adds that the "peaceful transition of power is one of the things that sets us apart."

Trump has said he is reserving the right to contest the results of the election if the outcome is unclear or questionable.

Clinton also says she is glad the three general election debates are over, noting that the Wednesday night faceoff was the "third and last time I will ever have to debate Donald Trump."

Clinton campaign receives envelope with suspicious powder

NEW YORK (AP) — Police in New York say they're investigating an envelope containing a white powdery substance that was sent to Hillary Clinton's campaign, forcing an office to be evacuated.

A spokesman for the New York Police Department says the envelope was found at Clinton's Manhattan office, were mail is received, around 5:30 p.m. Friday. It was then taken to the 11th floor of her Brooklyn headquarters.

The discovery of the suspicious substance caused that floor to be evacuated. The police spokesman says there have been no reports of illness or injury and preliminary test results show the substance is harmless.

Police are still investigating.