New poll shows Trump tops Clinton, but just barely

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A new "Fox News" poll shows Donald Trump has a slight lead over Hillary Clinton, 45% to 42%. Trump's lead is within the poll's 3 point margin of error, but could reflect growing support for the presumptive Republican nominee. Still, early national polls are all over the place. A recent CNN poll showed Clinton up by 13 points.

Hillary Clinton spent the day campaigning east of the Quad Cities, in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge. She's now saying her Republican rival, Donald Trump, is not qualified to become president of the United States, and even admits she's "scared" of his aggressive rhetoric.

Clinton explained, "Whether it's attacking Great Britain, praising the leader of North Korea, a despotic dictator who has nuclear weapons, whether it is saying pull out of NATO, let other countries have nuclear weapons, the kinds of positions he is stating and the consequences of those positions and even the consequences of his statements are not just offensive to people they are potentially dangerous."

And we're now getting a glimpse into Trump's fortune. According to forms filed this week with the Federal Election Commission, Trump listed his 2015 earnings at $557 million. His income for 2014 was slightly lower, a reported $362 million. The forms show Trump's money comes from a variety of projects: hotels, high rise building, casinos, and golf resorts. Trump earned $132 million from just one resort in Florida last year. An ice rink in Central Park earned him $12.9 million, and even the park's carousel earned $700,000. In total, Trump claims he's worth $10 billion, but no tax forms have been released to confirm that figure.