"This smells like defeat," the former Mexican president tweeted.
"Isn't that her job?" he asked.
"Well, I hope so. I mean, my lawyers do it."
"Does your source about the unemployment rate agree with my source?"
"It's time to look at which candidate will work best for the middle class and working families."
"There is a huge shift in momentum," Flynn said.
"I'm very hopeful this will go the right way," he said.
"When you poke him a little bit, he comes back and attacks whoever's doing it," Podesta said.
"You're the underdog until they call you the winner."
Clinton leads Trump by 8 points in Virginia, down from 12 points last month.