They are ratcheting up advertising and dispatching their top supporters to Pennsylvania, from Bill Clinton to Joe Biden to last week’s visit from President Barack Obama.
Obama said the November election shouldn’t be close but predicted “it will be”.
Donald Trump’s most prominent supporters insisted Sunday that he’s put the burden of “birtherism” behind him with his concession that President Obama was born in the United States.
Politico’s report is backed up by an article from The Daily Beast, which chronicled how Linda Starr went on a personal crusade to damage Obama with the birther issue, after he secured the Democratic nomination for president.
Mike Pence, Trump’s running mate, also said the billionaire’s acknowledgment on Friday that “Obama was born in the United States, period” should have put an end to the matter.
Pence says he has talked with Trump about what his role would be, but declined to talk more about “our private conversations”.
Millennials aren’t dependable voters for either party in 2016, and it’s hard to tell how likely they will vote based on current methodology.
Trump asserted that Clinton would “implement amnesty by executive order, violating our constitution and putting the entire nation in grave peril”. But that aide, Clinton’s 2008 campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle, told CNN that a volunteer county coordinator in Iowa forwarded an email that promoted the debunked theory.
His suggestion that immigrants are disproportionately responsible for serious crime appears unfounded, according to several studies. No one was killed in either of the explosions Saturday.
“Every day our border remains open, innocent Americans are needlessly victimized and killed”, he said.
When her legs buckled, and she looked like the leaning tower of Pisa before being abruptly whisked away from a 9/11 memorial service, her campaign stonewalled the media for hours.
It does promise to “introduce comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to full and equal citizenship within (the) first 100 days”, lifting the threat of deportation in many cases.
New polls released this week suggests Hillary Clinton has a growing problem with millennial voters and that’s a major concern for the Democratic presidential nominee. “It’s an infomercial. It’s a reality show”, President Obama said.
“There is no erasing it in history”.
“If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks”, Trump told a rally in North Carolina on August 9.
“My name may not be on the ballot, but our progress is on the ballot”, Obama said. But Raddatz wasn’t having any of it, “I want to talk about the facts”.
Democrats are increasingly anxious about poll numbers during a week that Clinton lost momentum.
“It wasn’t like he was talking about it on a regular basis”, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday. Her lowest point in the poll came July 14 at 40 percent.
“You know, I just joined this campaign a couple months ago”.
In that case, Trump’s campaign also insisted that his comments were not meant to incite violence.
“And this is a pattern that has been repeated over and over again, and I think this doesn’t belong in any race, much less a race to be president of this country”, Kaine said.
It’s no secret Hillary Clinton has issues with younger voters, and she is looking to turn the tide.
She previewed the likely thrust of her remarks last week in North Carolina in a more personal, emotive stump speech that she retooled while laid up with pneumonia. “It would be very unsafe”.
And that followed a series of incidents during the Republican presidential primaries in which Trump seemed to encourage violence against protestors at his campaign rallies.