Republican nominee Donald Trump had an interesting tactic during the second presidential debate in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday. "So I´m standing at my podium by my chair. And at a rally in Florida on Thursday, Trump attacked Natasha Stoynoff, a People magazine reporter who has alleged that she had been physically attacked by Trump at Mar-a-Lago while she was on assignment in December 2005.
His state spokesman Matt Schuck says the schedule of who will be appearing with him is still being finalized. The president argued that Republicans, including those who are critical of Trump, are the same people who "tried to block us from rescuing the economy", who "didn't vote for the auto industry assistance", who "tried to take away folks' health insurance" and who "refuse to allow votes on giving minimum wage workers a raise".
Responding to the allegations at a heated town hall debate on Sunday evening with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Trump denied that he had sexually assaulted any women and dismissed his comments as "locker room talk". "We walked into that room alone, and Trump shut the door behind us. I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat", Stoynoff wrote.
If this really is his last hurrah at Alabama - with all the jobs that should be available after the season - you know going out 3-0 against UT is a big deal. But it's something that we've talked about in our program since we've come here. Jalen Hurts attempted just 17 passes versus Arkansas but threw for 253 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.
Four people have died in the crash of a small plane in southern British Columbia. The RCMP said its officers and a police dog reached the crash scene shortly after midnight. The plane went down shortly after takeoff and RCMP have described the wreckage as catastrophic and unsurvivable. September 15, 2014: Sworn in as Alberta premier.
Recall that Nigeria's first lady Aisha Buhari in an interview on BBC Hausa-language service broadcasted on Friday, openly questioned her husband's work and said she may not support him if he runs again. The Twitterverse has already expressed disbelief over the Nigerian president's comments. Buhari was voted into power in 2015 after promising to fight graft and Islamic extremism.