OUCH: Clinton's poll lead TRIPLED this week

** FILE ** In this July 19, 2006, file photo Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks with Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., right, during the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Washington. Clinton and likely Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama met privately Thursday night June 5, 2008 to talk about uniting the Democratic Party. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File )

Donald Trump had an optimistic few weeks in the polling there. After the conventions he’d fallen back below 40 in the average, but he steadily climbed his way back to make the race look close.

But the latest polling is giving Hillary Clinton a comeback.

In fact two of the last four polls show a seven point lead for Clinton. These results by McClatchy/Marist and NBC/Wall Street Journal gave Clinton’s poll average lead a big boost.

At the start of the week her lead was under one point, 44.9-44.0 over Trump. Her lead got overheated, I mean it had pneumonia, I mean it was sexist. But now it’s back up to a healthier 46.3-43.3 gap over the “Republican” nominee.

How is Trump ever going to get over the hump?