Rasmussen, however, does make its cross-tabs available to its Platinum subscribers. They show Trump getting 47% of the white vote vs. 37% for Clinton. "Some other candidate" gets 11%; Not sure just 4%. (Curiously, Trump is getting a relatively strong 19% of blacks and 44% of "other"—Rasmussen-speak for Hispanics and Asians).
This reflects a jump in Trump's white support. In the previous week's Rasmussen survey, which showed Clinton ahead 39%-44%, Trump led among whites only 43%-40%.
But it's still not enough. Trump could and should carry whites by at least the 60% share the GOP Congressional candidates got in 2010 and 2014. Even if you allocated the Other and No Sure vote equally, he's still not at that level.
Moral: Trump doesn't need a Politically Correct minority or female pick for VP. He should pick a white male who could rally the base against Clinton's threatened Merkel-type Immigration Surge. My suggestion (not for the first time): Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.