Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's new campaign plane makes its debut in New York. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's new campaign plane made its debut in Westchester County, New York, Monday (September 5). The 737-800 is a modern version of the Boeing 737 series - also known as a "next generation" 737. It has the ability to fly coast to coast nonstop. It is wifi-equipped and reportedly has about 100 seats. The plane is emblazoned with the words "Stronger Together" and her campaign logo on the tail. Clinton was presented with a miniature version of her plane as she shook hands with people on the tarmac. A series of surveys show the race has tightened over the past few weeks. In a Reuters/Ipsos poll taken during the week of Aug. 26 to Sept. 1, Republican rival Donald Trump had the support of 40 percent of likely voters while Clinton had the backing of 39 percent. Clinton's support has dropped steadily in the weekly tracking poll since Aug. 25, eliminating what had been a eight-point lead for her.