American evangelicals will vote Trump, survey finds
Jul 15 2016
In head-to-head contests, Trump leads Clinton 43 percent to 41 percent in Pennsylvania and 42 percent to 39 percent in Florida.
Trump follows close behind, with 62 percent of respondents saying they do not trust him.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are trying to catch 'em all - voters that is, by weighing in on the phenomenon that is Pokemon Go. "Because all the bad things that Donald Trump says, Hillary Clinton, in fact, has done in various degrees".
Despite the general unpopularity, hypothetical head to head match-ups between the two candidates have recently seen Trump expanding his lead over Clinton, Press TV reported.
Hillary Clinton's email scandal is affecting her campaign much more than she anticipated.
Trump's proposals, said Clinton, would deport 16 million immigrants now living in the United States, cost the country around $1 trillion in economic output and weaken a fundamental American value.
Lopez said Clinton would benefit from having former President Bill Clinton at her side, someone he considers "the best president this nation has had for many, many years".
"I don't think this implies any endorsement for any particular set of policies", said Drew Altman, the president of the Kaiser Family Foundation. "We know what he has done all his life and I think he's truly a good model", Fairfax County resident Michael Kwan said. Only 27 percent of Americans would be proud of that choice, and 26 percent would be excited at her election.
Trump's campaign announcement referring to Mexican immigrants as "rapists" bringing crime across the border, as well as his anti-Megyn Kelly comment about "blood coming out of her eyes", are played as video of sad-looking children rolls.
A number of stories speculate that the results of the CBS/Times survey conducted from July 8-12 reflect fallout from the FBI investigation into Clinton's use of private email to conduct official business while she was Secretary of State.