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Chuck Todd: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton neck-and-neck in Iowa, Ohio

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A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll taken after the FBI’s report on Hillary Clinton’s handling of her emails as secretary of state shows her and Donald Trump close in the battleground states of Iowa and Ohio. But Meet The Press moderator Chuck Todd notes that Donald Trump’s support from African-Americans in Ohio and Pennsylvania is at zero percent. (Run time: 2:18)