What happens if the candidate’s health issues get more serious? Certainly, the Democrats always have the option of propping her up, Weekend at Bernie’s style, until after November 8th, but what if matters get progressively worse? Here’s a quick primer on where the Dems could end up..
Duterte said special forces now training Filipino troops were high-value targets for the Islamic State-linked Abu Sayyaf as counter-insurgency operations intensify. These special forces, they have to go," Duterte said in a speech during an oath-taking ceremony for new officials. "I do not want a rift with America. But they have to go." He added: "Americans, they will really kill them, they will try to kidnap them to get ransom."
Given the Obama administration's (and Hillary's campaign financing) vehment dissent over The House and The Senate's unequivocal confirmation of a bill allowing 9/11 victims' families to sue Saudi Arabia, the mainstream media has been unleashed to change the narrative. First, CNN's Wolf Blitzer explained the bill could create economic collapse in America; and now Bloomberg's Editorial Board suggest it will "allow anti-American sentiment to flourish," potentially expose state secrets and "potential monetary costs," and "leave the U.S. vulnerable to on the global stage."
Aging infrastructure could render the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) increasingly ineffective, according to a new report from the Department of Energy. In 2015, Congress authorized the DOE to sell $2 billion worth of oil from the SPR between 2017 and 2020 and use the proceeds to make infrastructure upgrades.
Among the reasons why the mainstream press is slamming moderator Matt Lauer is the following question posed by a retired navy vet: "Had I communicated this information not following the prescribed protocols I would have been prosecuted and imprisoned. Secretary Clinton, how can you expect those such as myself... to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security.
As millions of Americans struggle to decide whether to elect a volatile narcissist or a calculated warmongering criminal as their next leader, one Minnesota town is doing politics right - they just re-elected a dog to his third term as mayor.
Thanks to Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings thoughtful decision to release an email exchange between former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton, we can now confirm that Hillary was well aware of the lack of security and the "real danger" before she made the decision to use a private email server.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will participate in their first joint event as presidential candidates tonight at The Commander-in-Chief forum tonight in New York City. Each candidate will take the stage separately to answer questions related to national security, military affairs and veterans issues. Trump should have a good night given his support among military and veteran voters, but the candidates have been hammering one another over foreign affairs in the run-up to the event, each positioning the other as unfit to lead.
Donald Trump delivers remarks on national security, military preparedness and veterans issues at a private event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, September 7, at The Union League of Philadelphia beginning at 11:00 a.m. EDT. Watch the event live here.
One of the more disturbing revelations from this year’s U.S. presidential election, has been Hillary Clinton’s compulsive propensity to hide all sorts of things from the American public. While we appreciate one’s right to privacy as much as the next person, if you want to run for President of these United States, transparency and engagement with the public should be a top priority and requirement.
Desperate to change the narrative from her coughing fit, Hillary Clinton has come out swinging at Trump's comments about how The Fed's low interest rates have created an "artificially strong stock market," exclaiming that presidents and candidates should not comment on Fed actions, showing he should not be president. That's a little awkward given President Obama's meeting with, and comments on, The Fed in April... but hey, when did hypocrisy ever lose an election?