While Trump fosters election conspiracies, his son-in-law talks Trump TV

As Donald Trump's odds of winning the presidential election fade, the Republican nominee continues to push theories that the Nov. 8 election is rigged against him, an allegation he's made without providing any evidence and despite numerous studies that show the electoral system is sound. At the same time, his family appears to be gearing up for a post-election plans for something other than 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., specifically, Trump TV. His son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has had at least an informal discussion with an investment banker about the possibility of a streaming video service or TV network, according to media reports.

Their conversation was brief and has not progressed since.

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Meantime, in a sign of Democrat Hillary Clinton's confidence more than three weeks ahead of Election Day, she is expanding her campaign into states Democrats haven't won in decades. First lady Michelle Obama, one of Clinton's most effective surrogates, is making Clinton's case in Phoenix on Thursday, while the campaign puts an additional $2 million into television ads, direct mail and digital spots to help Arizona Democrats running in competitive races for the House and Senate. Democrats also are investing in Missouri and Indiana.

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Jared Corey Kushner(born January 10, 1981) is an American businessman, investor and political operative. He is principal owner of the real estate holding and development company Kushner Properties and the newspaper publishing company the New York Observer.

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