Earlier this year, at the prospect of Trump giving the State of the Union address, Obama said , "Well, I can imagine it - in a " Saturday Night (Live )" skit". President Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik Obama , has declared he's unhappy with his brother's leadership and will be voting for who he describes as "straight-forward" Donald Trump .
It was history repeating itself. Through protests and jeers, a small-but-vocal group of Bernie Sanders supporters have made clear they will never back Clinton for president. Robert Peters, 31, a convention delegate from IL, had some advice for Clinton. Bernie Delegates Network is an organization of Sanders delegates who have been surveying delegates.
Officer William Porter was to set be retried in September, and Sgt. Alicia White was scheduled for trial in October. As it stands, police are rarely indicted for killing civilians, even as more video evidence of those killings becomes available.
His injuries were minor and he is scheduled to return home Monday, according to a statement from LSU. Police said that speed and wet conditions were factors. That is not the goal of this. It's just to be together.' That's what we wanted to do. Former UW kicker Kyle French, who played from 2010-13, also knew Foltz and Sadler well and had built a bond with Sadler that dated back to French's sophomore year of high school when the two competed against each other at a number of kicking camps.
She says she understands the passion people feel for Sanders, noting that "no one's more passionate" than she is, but she doesn't see Clinton winning the nomination as a defeat for Sanders or his supporters. The former state attorney general, governor, and president told the delegates that " Hillary opened my eyes to a whole new world of public service".
Sen. There were tears from some in the audience but the overwhelming sound was enthusiasm. Delegates from across the US officially nominated Hillary Clinton to serve as the Democratic presidential candidate Tuesday - making her the first woman to win such a title for a major political party.