That's so Miley. The Voice judge, singer, songwriter and philanthropist Miley Cyrus will be joining Hillary Clinton's VP Pick, Tim Kaine, to campaign for Clinton at George Mason University, V.A. on Saturday, October 22. "Comin to VA for HC!!!"
The Associated Builders and Contractors announced a digital advertising buy worth up to $3 million o critical Senate races. The association that works to protect construction and building trades is one of a growing list of conservative leaning groups that usually endorse in the presidential race but are opting to spend their political dollars down-ballot.
Donald Trump pledged on Thursday to "totally accept" the results of the 2016 election "if I win," further breaking with precedent in American politics. During the final debate on Wednesday, Trump refused to say if he will accept the outcome of the election, saying "I will keep you in suspense."
Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of having advance notice of the debate questions, a claim for which he offered no evidence. "Why didn't Hillary Clinton announce that she was inappropriately given the debate questions -- she secretly used them! Crooked Hillary," Trump tweeted Thursday morning.
Donald Trump's claim about a "rigged" presidential election was foreshadowed by a different contest he never won: an Emmy for the reality show he once hosted, "The Apprentice." After rival Hillary Clinton at Wednesday's presidential debate brought up past tweets in which Trump said "politics" was to blame for not taking home a trophy, the Television Academy rejected any suggestions of collusion.
The third and final presidential debate had plenty of one-liners that will be remembered in the weeks leading up to Election Day. Here are 11 moments that stood out from the final face-off: 1.
Donald Trump refused to say that he would accept the results of the election during Wednesday's final presidential debate. "I will look at it at the time. I'm not looking at anything now," he said when asked point blank if he would absolutely accept the results on Election Day.
Clinton said she was talking about energy markets when she was confronted with having said in a private speech that she dreamed of "open borders." We don't know for sure, as the WikiLeaks email that exposed her speech only included a small snippet, but context backs her up.
"I don't know Putin," Trump said. "He is not my best friend." Trump repeatedly boasted of having a good relationship with Putin, though he now denies it. In 2013, he tweeted, "Do you think Putin will be going to The Miss Universe Pageant in November in Moscow - if so, will he become my new best friend?"
Trump said of Clinton's immigration plan: "Under her plan, you'd have open borders." Clinton's plans call for comprehensive immigration reform and a secure border, not open borders. Clinton listed a range of issues that she believes will help boost the economy, including a jobs program, helping small businesses, raising the national minimum wage, closing the gender wage gap, free public college tuition and a tax hike on wealthy Americans, among others.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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