National poll: Clinton leads Trump by 3 points

But Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who has been hammering Clinton on the access foundation donors enjoyed to her state department, pounced on the AP report. It will be amusing to see how far members of Congress will go in criticizing Ms. Clinton given that almost all of them - should their daily meeting schedules and telephone logs be similarly analyzed - likely extend courtesies to major campaign donors, too.

Mainstream journalists and commentators were tickled when Trump dubbed his former Republican rival Jeb Bush "low energy", but since he's moved on to Clinton, the humor seems to have worn off. In recent presidential elections, candidates have been more transparent about their health.

Trump "will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Dr. Harold Borstein, Trump's doctor since 1980, boldly asserted in a one page statement released last December.

Trump, the real estate mogul and former Atlantic City casino magnate, and Clinton, the former first lady and US secretary of state, have not shared medical information since previous year, and compared to prior candidates, the disclosures have revealed scant information, according to The New York Times.

Trump campaign advisor Dr. And those people like Trump, who is genuinely trying to profit by placing thousands of children at risk, or the pundits shaking their heads over the "optics" of the situation, should be deeply, deeply ashamed.

Trump delved deeper into his plan for the economy, laying out a a seven part plan which he said would create millions of new jobs.

"The Big Macs are great".

Problem is, the announcement should have been made nearly eight years ago, or the day Clinton was appointed secretary of state by President Barack Obama. 'Premedication, ' that's a very - premedication, I think I like it.

Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on Hillary Clinton by accusing her of "Third World" corruption after revelations about donor access to the Democratic candidate.

Muhammad Yunus, a Bangladeshi economist who won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for pioneering low-interest "microcredit" for poor business owners, met with Clinton three times and talked with her by phone during a period when Bangladeshi government authorities investigated his oversight of a nonprofit bank and ultimately pressured him to resign from the bank's board. Clinton also had deep vein thrombosis in 1998 and 2009 and an elbow fracture in 2009. Add that to email exchanges that demonstrate that her aides were looking out for the interests of foundation contributors (calling one generous Middle Eastern crown prince a "good friend of ours", for example) is more than a little embarrassing.

"I'm happy to do the transition as swiftly as we can, and we've already found partners who are going to take over some of this stuff", he said.

Her concussion left her with double vision for two months, forcing her to wear special glasses to help correct the problem.

As for Clinton's family history, Clinton's father suffered a stroke, her mother had congestive heart failure and one of her brothers had premature heart disease.

"Hillary Clinton is totally unfit to hold public office", Trump told a rally in Austin, Texas interrupted several times by protesters. That's why she deleted 33,000 emails.

Having worked in construction his whole life, though, Ramapkern says he's never been bothered by Trump's attitude.

"I can't possibly be as disciplined as the Obamas. I just can't. I mean, I've had meals with them - they are so disciplined", Clinton said in an interview with the newsletter Skimm.



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