Is Donald Trump's rise in the polls getting into Hillary Clinton's head? 

The Outnumbered panel, joined today by Bill O'Reilly, discussed why the presidential race continues to tighten, with Trump now taking leads in Ohio and Florida polls

O'Reilly said he doesn't think Trump "is in Clinton's head," but that her campaign should be getting worried. He said Clinton should be leading Trump by 10 points, but she's going in the opposite direction. 

He said that her health issues are not as big of an issue as the "basket of deplorables" remark, which "marginalized millions of Americans."

O'Reilly said many Americans will see the comment as "arrogant" and that assigning racist or sexist motives to voters is a "cheap" tactic.

Kennedy said Clinton's "stature" is diminished when she sends surrogates, like Bill Clinton or President Obama, to campaign on her behalf and go after Trump. 

O'Reilly said Trump must continue to avoid "personal attacks" on Clinton and that his advisers seem to have "pounded" home that message successfully in recent weeks. 

Watch the discussion above and let us know your thoughts. And don't miss The Factor, tonight at 8:00 ET on Fox News Channel, as Bill brings you a must-see interview with "Snowden" director Oliver Stone.


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