The 2016 battleground states are getting visits from the candidates for president, who are are hitting similar notes with a little more than two weeks until Election Day. Josh Robin filed the following report. It's starting to sound like closing argument time. "Get out and vote," said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
NEW YORK - Less than 24 hours after their final debate, Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing to trade talking points for jokes Thursday night at the 71st annual Alfred E. Smith dinner in Manhattan.
For the third and final time, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will debate Wednesday night. You can watch it here on NY1. It may be the Republican's last chance to shake up a race that some polls have Hillary Clinton handily winning. Josh Robin has a preview.
Donald Trump is again claiming the fix is already in come Election Day, but that's not the message from others at the top of his campaign. This comes as Hillary Clinton's team is playing down new details about emails at the State Department, which she led during President Obama's first term.
A day after Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated a second time, deep cracks in the Republican Party are widening. The party's nominee is sharply criticizing House Speaker Paul Ryan. And that comes as Ryan tells colleagues he no longer will defend Trump - advising them to "Do what's best for you in your district" in order to protect the GOP majority in Congress.
Come Election Day, the city as a whole is expected to vote overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, but in one pocket, there's surprisingly strong loyalty for Donald Trump: among Russian speakers, particularly in South Brooklyn. There, distrust sometimes runs high for Russian leader Vladimir Putin, but it's often just the opposite feeling for the Republican who campaigns for closer relations with Moscow.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are campaigning with new urgency now that actual voting is underway, with 37 states and the District of Columbia accepting ballots before November 8. Josh Robin filed the following report. If you're among those wishing this campaign season would end, take a look.
I must write. This would be a huge scandal in any other year, but for some reason seems to be seen as another ho-hum moment in the 2016 presidential campaign. Breitbart-a vastly popular publication some call "alt-right," although who knows what that really means-has just published a piece critical of a Washington Post columnist, Anne Applebaum.
Amid her campaign's concern she's lacking support from young voters, Hillary Clinton turned to two popular surrogates Wednesday. Meanwhile, Donald Trump also turned to a top ally, whose message seemed to differ from the Republican nominee on a key issue.
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