Donald Trump Threatens To Ramp Up Mudslinging At Clintons


NYU students shared their thoughts on the debate and the tumultuous election.

More than half of likely voters said the video, in which Trump talked about groping women, should be a campaign issue. It kind of makes me just fear for the future of this country in a lot of ways.

In it, Trump was speaking with Billy Bush, then host of the “Access Hollywood” entertainment show, as he arrived on the set of a soap opera to tape a cameo appearance.

Trump also made up for missed opportunities of the first debate, pounding on Clinton on a range of vulnerabilities: her 33,000 deleted emails; the Benghazi tragedy late in her tenure as secretary of State; her labeling Trump’s supporters as “deplorables”; Wikileaks’ purported revelation of a private Clinton speech in which she diverged from her public position on U.S. borders.

During the debate, Hillary Clinton declined to wade into Trump’s mentions of her husband.

Trump vows to appoint a special prosecutor to re-investigate Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

Over the weekend, Republicans had been closely divided on the question of whether Trump should drop out of the race, the NBC/WSJ poll found.

Buffett criticizes Trump’s tax claims: After being a topic of discussion during Sunday’s presidential debate, billionaire investor Warren Buffett criticized Trump’s claim that he can not release his tax returns because he is under audit, reports Politico. Donald Trump won the second debate.

Over half a million people have already watched the amusing clip on Youtube. “And I consider that to be a very good trait”. I do not know.

“Nothing surprises me about him, really”, she said. Two Republicans said they expected to see ads urging voters to back GOP Senate candidates as a check on Clinton’s power in the White House, with one of the Republicans saying the spots could come as soon as this week.

The Republican candidate had given enough indication that it would get ugly if he was cornered with the content of interviews more than a decade ago in which he made crass remarks about women. “What could’ve helped this debate promote a better dialogue is if third party candidates like Gary Johnson or Jill Stein were included, since their alternative views on policy could educate viewers that there are more options”.

Pence continued by explaining why his religion led him to accept Trump’s apology. Three of them ― Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick ― were his guests at the debate, and have accused Hillary Clinton of attacking them and enabling her husband’s behavior. That’s because smiling is basically an appeasement signal, and the last thing that Trump wanted to do is appease anyone in public, least of all Clinton.

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