Melania Trump had "always liked" the Democratic first lady and had "read me some passages from Mrs Obama's speech" as examples of what she wanted to tell the convention, said staffer Meredith McIver . Republican nominee Donald Trump again turned to his family to help make the case for his White House bid by offering up a behind-the-scenes perspective of him in front of a prime-time TV audience.
When a reporter asked her how she felt, Pippa responded, "Couldn't be happier", an eyewitness told ET. Pippa said "Yes", the Daily Mail reported on Tuesday citing sources close to the couple. "Kate would want to be in the background as much as possible". While we think Kate may be a bit peeved off, considering she catapulted Pippa into stardom after her wedding (or in Kanye West's words 'made that b**** famous) we can see where Judy is coming from.
But that message has taken a sharper edge in Cleveland, as those critiques morph into an intense desire for her arrest. With the convention only halfway done, he said he only had a handful left. Before that, she worked on Wall Street, according to the profile. Also, party leaders angered Alaska, Utah and District of Columbia delegates by ruling that their votes must be cast for Trump, even though their Republican voters opposed him.
She was originally from San Jose, Calif., was a Ford Foundation scholar at 14 and also claimed to have been a dancer who trained at George Balachine's School of American Ballet. "It was truly an honor to introduce my wife, Melania". Her speech and demeanor were absolutely incredible. Pointing out a freshly created Facebook profile from Wednesday ("No friends???" someone commented) and a new Twitter account , that was enough for people to take to social media, digital pitchforks in hand.
Even before Sanders joined Clinton at a campaign rally in the northeastern state of New Hampshire, Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul making his first run for elected office, rebuffed Sanders' endorsement of Clinton. Sanders' plans to continue campaigning and spread his message. "I do question her judgment", he said in the video. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Sen.
A survey of 1,019 Labour members, commissioned by The Times , says Corbyn is still favourite to win the party's leadership contest by a margin of more than 20 points. Asked whether she had done a deal with Mr Smith, she said the two would be "in lockstep" from now on seeking to forge a "strong and united" opposition which "could do its job" under a leader which could "heal" the party.