Donald Trump said he will accept the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, "if I win." On the same day, his campaign's political director left the Trump train. Politico Playbook co-author Anna Palmer joins CBSN to discuss those issues, plus the candidates' roasts at last night's charity dinner in New York.
The presidential vote could also decide the next Congress. Many Republicans worry that Donald Trump will hurt other GOP candidates on the ballot. Thirty-four Senate seats are at stake in this election. The latest poll in New Hampshire shows Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan leading Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte, 46 to 38 percent. Julianna Goldman reports.
Cyber security has become a major election issue, as Hillary Clinton has come under fire for her use of personal email servers while secretary of state, and U.S. government officials have accused Russia of hacking into Democratic National Committee emails and voter databses. CBS News has obtained video from 2010 of then-Secretary of State Clinton warning colleagues to be vigilant about cyber security.