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.
Monday's showdown at Hofstra University was the most-watched debate for president in history, and now that it's over Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are jousting from afar again. Josh Robin reports. About 80 million people tuned in to Monday night's debate and by Tuesday morning both sides claimed victory. "Oh yes!
The stage is set ahead of what could be the most watched, and consequential, presidential debate in history. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will go one on one Monday night and Josh Robin has a preview from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
The recent police shootings of African-American men in Oklahoma and North Carolina are becoming campaign issues in the race for president. Donald Trump is again pointing to New York as an example for the rest of the nation to follow, but it's a New York under a past mayor that Trump is talking up.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are continuing their appeals to African-American voters, with police shootings of African-American men in Oklahoma and North Carolina emerging as campaign issues. Trump also tried to boost his fortunes by calling for an unlikely proposal - increasing stop-and-frisk of African-Americans across the nation.
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton had a powerful surrogate in President Barack Obama. Meanwhile, her Republican rival Donald Trump stumped in Iowa. Josh Robin filed the following report. The prospect of welcoming President Donald Trump to the Oval Office seems to distress its current occupant.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is stressing that her health problems are minor as she recovers in the wake of a scare at the 9/11 memorial Sunday and a revelation she has pneumonia, but while expressing a get-well message her Republican rival Donald Trump is also subtly raising questions about whether she's being forthright about her medical condition.
Hillary Clinton was in Manhattan Friday, meeting with national security figures ahead of the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, while her Republican rival, Donald Trump, faulted her for another nuclear test in North Korea. Josh Robin filed the following report. The Democrat met for nearly two hours with former counterterrorism experts from both Democratic and Republican administrations.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump exchanged another round of accusations Thursday as the Republican candidate for president continues to repeat his inaccurate claim that he opposed the war in Iraq from the beginning. Josh Robin filed the following report. Billed to speak about schools, the Republican candidate for president first turned to foreign affairs.
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