But shortly after Trump's comments , his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, took a different stance and warned of "serious consequences" if Russian Federation interfered in the election. Though Putin didn't show, an associate of his, Vladimir Kozhin, did, and met Trump. Still, Mr. Trump knows he's dealing with a hostile media where every day they try to assassinate his character.
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After decrying how high American wages are while on the campaign trail, Trump returned to a previously stated position in support of raising the minimum wage. At the same time, people have to be taken care of. "Seattle's low wage workers would have experienced nearly equally positive trends if the minimum wage had not increased".
While the motive for intrusion and release of emails isn't known, many Democrats have speculated that it's a possible attempt to influence the outcome of this year's presidential election. So have Trump and Putin met? "Why should I tell Putin what to do?" Trump retorted. "He already did something today where he said don't blame them, essentially, for your incompetence".
And Clinton herself appeared on video to thank delegates and celebrate her big night. A few minutes before the announcement, Clinton had been confirmed to have passed the delegate threshold of 2,382 delegates to win the nomination. Throughout the speech Bill repeated referred to Hillary as a "change-maker", framing it as her defining character trait. Supporters of Clinton say her Washington credentials show she has the experience needed for the White House during troubled times as the ...
But the Vermont senator managed to lift the mood by reminding his followers of their success in nailing progressive planks to the platform, by insisting Clinton "must be" president "based on her ideas and leadership", and in warning what a Trump presidency "would mean to civil liberties, equal rights and the future of our country".