Trump declines to endorse Ryan, McCain in GOP primaries

Money is rolling into Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign

Obama said Trump’s attacks on the Khans showed he was “woefully unprepared” to be president. “He basically stabbed the Republican party in the back today”. Forty-three percent of Trump supporters said they see Russian Federation as friendly to the USA, while only 36 percent of Clinton backers said the same. On the whole, however, the base will support a Republican candidate, even one who plans to vote for Clinton, he says. On the other hand, Donald Trump will put policies in place that will help grow our economy and create new jobs, destroy ISIS and protect our borders, and “Make America Great Again”.

Clinton has worked to build out her online fundraising operation and saw her top total in that area just last week as she officially accepted her party’s presidential nomination at its convention in Philadelphia. First, he encouraged Russian Federation to find and release messages from Clinton’s private email server that she used while working at the State Department.

Not to mention, this is arguably one of the most contentious eras in United States politics ever, so it’s not very often you see any level of support between the two major parties. Or the countless other insults he’s proudly lobbed from behind the Republican presidential podium.

Hanna, who isn’t seeking re-election this year, is the first Republican member of Congress to endorse Clinton.

Obama was speaking during a news conference with the prime minister of Singapore, who is visiting the White House.

Convention readied donors for Hillary: Clinton raised almost $90 million for her campaign and the Democratic Party in July, according to a release from her campaign, reports the Huffington Post.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who spoke at the RNC in favor of Trump, said the candidate could have handled the situation better.

“There has to come a point at which you say: “Enough”, Mr Obama said.

“A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons”, she later added.

In a radio interview, Roger Stone, one of the property mogul’s confidantes and political allies, also said: “I think we have widespread voter fraud”.

Clinton was also helped by a series of controversial statements made by the Billionaire in the past week regarding the family of a fallen American soldier and Trump’s suggestion that Russian hackers should seek out deleted Clinton emails.

Many current and former Republican lawmakers and officials have spoken out against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying they will not vote for him.

“If you are repeatedly having to say in very strong terms that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?” the president asked Republicans.

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