''I think he's friend. Are you friend or foe?'' Republican presumptive candidate Donald Trump asks a Turkish man in Colorado, before saying Turkey should be fighting ISIS. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: "I think he's friend. Are you friend or foe?" Republican presumptive candidate Donald Trump asks a Turkish man in the audience during the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, Colorado on Friday (July 1). "And Turkey, by the way, should be fighting ISIS. I hope to see Turkey go out and fight ISIS, because ISIS has in a certain sense taken very serious advantage(s) of Turkey," said Trump. "And they could wipe ISIS out by themselves. I would love to see that." Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's lead over Republican Donald Trump has dipped into the single digits among likely U.S. voters for the first time in nearly two weeks, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday. The June 27-July 1 poll showed a 9.4 percentage point lead for the former secretary of state over the New York businessman, down slightly from an 11.2 point lead in a previous five-day poll that ended on June 28. Clinton had maintained a double-digit lead in the rolling poll since June 20, as she recovered from a brief boost in Trump's numbers in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, when he renewed a call for a ban on Muslim immigration. Among likely voters, 43.9 percent now support Clinton, compared with 34.5 percent for Trump. Another 21.7 percent of likely voters wouldn't support either candidate