Some new polls have her pulling away from Donald Trump, but Democrat Hillary Clinton has seen her poll leads dry up before and now she's warning donors: "He may still beat me."
In an email headlined by those five words, Clinton, who some expect to raise $1 billion in her second bid for the presidency, is worried that Trump might outspend her.
Even though he has come very late to fundraising, he matched her efforts last month and that's putting a little scare in Team Hillary.
"He's unqualified and unfit to lead our country — but the unfortunate reality we must confront is that he still might be able to win if he spends enough to convince voters otherwise," said the email show in full below:
This week, we learned that Donald Trump and the Republicans raised more than $82 million in the month of July.
This is the same man who mocked a disabled reporter and has called women "fat pigs." The same man who took the stage at the Republican National Convention and told the world that his vision is to build a wall between the United States and Mexico, deport millions of immigrants, and repeal the Affordable Care Act, leaving countless Americans without health care.
He's unqualified and unfit to lead our country — but the unfortunate reality we must confront is that he still might be able to win if he spends enough to convince voters otherwise.
This team has what it takes to defeat him — I know that. But I need to know you're with me right now. Will you chip in to get your Team Hillary sticker and make sure that we win in November and build a future for our country that we can be proud of?
Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at email@example.com