GROWING SCANDAL: Undercover FBI Agent Paid Thousands Supporting Gillum Fundraiser, Report Says

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"Some of this is generationally driven".

"In the final days, you throw out stuff that you had, that you weren't sure how it would work, that may be inflammatory", he said.

Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum on Monday hit back hard at President Donald Trump after the president accused him of being a "thief" on Twitter.

Gillum still led in that measure with 47 percent support closely followed by DeSantis at 46 percent, with another 2 percent supporting someone else and 5 percent still unsure.

"First of all, he's got neo-Nazis helping him out in this state", he continued, referring to a white supremacist group that is running racist robo-calls against Gillum in the state (DeSantis' campaign has disavowed the calls). "It was disappointing to see it disintegrate into personal attacks, and it makes it hard for people who are encouraging civic engagement". They are part of subpoenaed records requested by the Florida Commission on Ethics. "We've got 99 issues and Hamilton ain't one of them".

At issue: An August 2016 trip to New York City Gillum made with his brother, former friend and lobbyist Adam Corey, and three undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, posing as developers looking for city business.

In noting that turnout for the November 6 election has already topped 15 percent, the Florida Chamber of Commerce posted in a daily report that black voters account for about 9 percent of the people who have cast ballots.

Behold, the face of a man who had indignantly professed his innocence in the country club pro shop theft, just seconds after being confronted with security-camera footage of him walking out the front door with a pitching wedge and a candy bar.

As government stings go, the Gillum trap seems mild compared to ABSCAM: the splashy gotcha moment in the late 1970s that revealed collusion between organized crime and government leaders.

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"Our proposal is simple", said Gillum.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis attends a campaign rally at Mo's Bagels restaurant on October 23, 2018 in Miami. That information differed with his explanation that he got his ticket to Hamilton from his younger brother, Marcus, who he said had traded passes to a Jay Z concert to Corey in exchange for the Broadway seats.

The investigation, which started in 2015, involved a trio of undercover FBI agents posing as wealthy businessmen eager to do business in Florida.

After stumping earlier in the morning in Green Cove Springs, the Tallahassee mayor who, if elected, would become the Florida's first black governor, told his supporters in St. Augustine: "If we all do our job, I believe we're going to flip the switch to blue, and then flip the nation blue".

"I received my money legally and through my congressional office", DeSantis said.

He also pointed out that the National Rifle Association endorses DeSantis, as has President Trump.

Kise said Friday that Gillum did not reimburse Corey.

"Some people were paying more for premiums than for rent, so people couldn't afford it". "They will stop people from investing in Florida".

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