1. SOUNDBITE (English) Lisa Lerer, Associated Press:
"So the campaign, both campaigns are still managing the fallout of these explosive, Friday news from FBI Director Comey, that he is re-opening the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. This is of course related to the sexting, federal sexting investigation of former New York City Congressman Anthony Weiner. He's married to Huma Abedin. That's one of Hillary Clinton's closest aides, so some of Hillary Clinton's emails have been found with Huma Abedin have been found on Anthony Weiner's investigation. Nobody quite knows yet how this is going to play out politically. Donald Trump is of course pushing this message really hard, that this is scandal that's bigger than Watergate. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, is downplaying. Her campaign is saying that it was inappropriate for Comey to release news of this investigation with so little detail, so close to the election. So what we're watching for now is whether this changes the trajectory of the race. She's leading in swing states, she's leading in early voting, she's leading national polls. This is really Hillary Clinton's race to lose, but we're not on election day yet and the question is whether the email scandal is something that could make voters say they prefer Donald Trump."
The campaigns for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are still managing the fallout after FBI Director James Comey told members of Congress that the bureau has reopened its investigation of Clinton's emails.
Comey said information had turned up in an unrelated investigation of former Congressman Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
Clinton, who is set to campaign Monday across Ohio, vowed over the weekend that she would not be "knocked off course" in the election's final days by the discovery of new emails in an unrelated sexting investigation. It is unclear what is contained in the emails or if any of them was sent or received by Clinton herself.
Trump campaigned with new vigor, He heads to Michigan for a pair of rallies Monday, It's a state that last voted for the Republican nominee for president in 1988.