‘She’s not done yet’: Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman says she will not address state of race on Election Night

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NEW YORK — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who is trailing Donald Trump in key states in the Electoral College count, will not speak on Election Night, her campaign chairman told supporters at a New York rally.

“We’re not going to say anything more tonight,” John Podesta told Clinton supporters at the Jacob Javits Center Wednesday morning. “She’s not done yet.”

Podesta then sent supporters home for the night.

By 1:30 a.m., Trump edged out Clinton for 20 electoral votes in Pennsylvania.

His win in the key state of Pennsylvania added to his battleground victories including Georgia, North Carolina, Florida and Ohio.

By 1:30 a.m., Trump maintained the lead with 264 votes and Clinton had 215.

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