Butterfield, an incumbent in the House of Representatives. A self-described "Bernie Bro", Starks said he is on board with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and wanted to "celebrate everything that is not Trump". On climate change, Kaine said he and Clinton believe in science and said Donald Trump believes climate change is a hoax created by the Chinese. "No Donald, you've got to accept the results, win or lose", Kaine said.
While law enforcement statewide are participating in the day, Lt. Dehning believes the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office has been successful in their efforts, saying they've collected more than a ton in the last two events alone. UTEP was among the more than 5,400 drop-off sites nationally that collected about 447 tons of unwanted prescription drugs. "All too often, a young person's introduction to opioids happens as a result of leftover medication in the home", said Kentucky Office of Drug ...
The water main break broke on Dartmouth Street just after 1 p.m. on Friday. A collapsed fire hydrant has caused large scale flooding in a Boston neighborhood, trapping two workers. Boston Fire said at least one person is in a hole, which is still filled with water. Evans says the incident "looks like an accident" and police officers near the scene realized "very quickly that we had workers trapped in the hole".
While Martin's motives have not been revealed, prosecutors may also be especially alert following the recent case of a hacking group purportedly selling NSA hacking tools online and suspicions of foreign government hacking attempts to influence United States political systems.
She suggested that Trump may not have known his microphone was on, calling it "kind of a boy talk" that "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush was encouraging. With regards to the 2005 video , she also says she believes Bush was the main culprit. "This is not the man I married". She repeated her opinion that the lewd comments were simply "boy talk", reflecting her husband's dismissal of the remarks as "locker room talk".
Trump issued a blanket denial about those women: "I didn't even apologize to my wife, who's sitting right here, because I didn't do anything". The comments at the Las Vegas showdown marked a stunning moment that has never been seen in the weeks before a modern presidential election.