Clinton blasts Trump on military generals, Putin

The candidates will face off for the first time on September 26 at Hofstra University.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign has raised in August USD 90 million - of which the real estate tycoon himself contributed more than half, but still remains short of USD 140 million raised by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's campaign. "What I did learn is that our leadership, Barack Obama, did not follow. what our experts said to do", Trump said Wednesday night during the forum.

"I don't understand the reasons for it", she said.

He used it repeatedly while running for president in 1991 and 1992, declaring at one Little Rock, Ark., event, "Together, we can make America great again".

A Suffolk University/USA Today poll, for example, found that more than three quarters of likely voters surveyed said they believe third party candidates should be included in the presidential debates this fall.

Holton, in appearances in Fort Myers and Palm Beach County on Monday, will discuss Clinton's economic plan, which Clinton says would build an economy that works for all, not just those at the top.

According to RealClearPolitics' current projections, even winning all four states highlighted in this poll won't be enough to clinch the presidency for Trump.

Mrs Clinton described his remarks as "astonishing" during a rally yesterday in North Carolina. The current average of polls from website RealClearPolitics puts her at 45.6 percent support, compared with Trump's 42.8%.

"Did u take your earpiece or do I need to get it?" the email from Abedin to Clinton reads. He both insisted he has a private blueprint for defeating the extremist group and that he would demand a plan from military leaders within 30 days of taking office.

Trump took the stage Friday before a fiery crowd of supporters who had just heard a blistering and vitriolic critique of Clinton's email use from Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and federal prosecutor who loudly argued that Clinton had committed "crimes" and should have been prosecuted.

"Every Republican holding or seeking office in this country should be asked if they agree with Donald Trump about these statements", Clinton said in a morning news conference. "That's not only unsafe, it should be disqualifying".

Democrats are livid that at a televised forum on national security broadcast live from NY on Wednesday night, Trump appeared to get an easier ride from the NBC moderator, Matt Lauer, than Clinton did.

"It's not going to be easy but it's something I do look forward to absolutely", Trump added, regarding the prospect of facing Clinton.

Trump said that comment was "long before" the war started, even though it came in the heat of the debate on the Iraq War as Congress prepared to vote on the issue.



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