The officers were killed last week by a sniper at the end of a demonstration over the police shooting deaths of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota , the latest in a line of such incidents. Meanwhile, Obama has criticized by others for going to Dallas before visiting Louisiana or Minnesota, a sign that he is aligning with police over protesters.
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While the network itself made a decision to suspend their working relationship with Gingrich due merely to "the intense media speculation", others in the know contend it's more than just speculation. In its reporting on the matter, The Atlantic called it "fascinating news". As Donald Trump vets potential vice presidential candidates, many speculate that Newt Gingrich will secure the position.
Mike Litterst, spokesman for the National Mall told CNNMoney , that there haven't been any problems associated with Pokemon Go game play. For the most part, it's been harmless fun. "Although the game is free-to-play, it supports in-app purchases of additional gameplay items". A museum spokesperson said: "We are attempting to have the museum removed from the game".
Mrs Clinton, 68, hopes the joint appearance will help her win over Mr Sanders' supporters, some of whom carried his signs into the rally and frequently drowned out her backers. We stand together because we're stronger together. "My endorsement means that I believe that she believes in the same principles and values that I have", Salazar told Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.
The poll surveyed voters over the phone and has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points in Florida and Pennsylvania, and 3.2 percentage points in Ohio . Pennsylvania voters cast their support behind Trump when it comes to job creation, but believe Clinton would be better on immigration. While Florida has historically leaned Republican, an increasingly diverse electorate might provide a boost to Democrats in November, particularly if Trump continues to alienate Hispanic voters.