Republicans were most likely to say the non-indictment would affect their vote in the presidential election - 47 percent say it makes them less likely to support Clinton, compared to 10 percent of Democrats. Republican Donald Trump would be a groundbreaker as well: the first president who lacked either electoral or military experience. Flynn, the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, called Clinton's comments "irresponsible" in an interview with ABC News because she "talked ...
The election has paved the way for fiscal policy reform as the economy becomes a point of contention for Japan's voters. However, the report also said the uptick in jobs in May was downwardly revised to just 11,000 from the 38,000 originally reported.
To offer itself as the strong opposition and government-in-waiting that millions are looking for in this situation. And I wouldn't do this if I didn't think I would be a good prime minister for Britain. Asked if the new members were entryists, he replied: "We've just had 360 entryists join the Labour Party in Wallasey". "For me it is the nearness of the next election that is most pressing".
As of midday Saturday, it had not been claimed. That person has not yet been identified, either. Beth Leisure, who heads the local chamber of commerce, said she's "happy for whoever it is", even if the victor isn't from Cambridge City. Those tickets were sold in Connecticut, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey and Oklahoma. "Everybody's wondering who it is", he said.
Thursday's ambush of the officers in Dallas was the deadliest day for US law enforcement since the 2001 terrorist attacks. The fact that Johnson had material for explosives and talked of using homemade bombs during a standoff with police before he was killed indicated he could have inflicted more damage with more time, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said .
Though many party members continue to stand behind the veteran politician, Corbyn has faced several clashes with Labour MPs in the time since taking over party leadership, resulting in a no-confidence motion in his leadership. Labour rules state that any challenger requires the nominations of at least 20 per cent of the party's House of Commons lawmakers and members of the European Parliament - or about 50 legislators.