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Hillary Clinton's Convention: Day 2

New York Times - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
Her approach echoed the one taken in a television commercial released about two weeks ago by the Clinton campaign. It shows children watching some of Trump's lewdest and crudest public remarks - including his boast that he could shoot someone on a ...

Trump speaks in Charlotte at VFW Convention one day after Clinton

WSOC Charlotte - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrived in Charlotte Monday night and spoke Tuesday morning at the VFW Convention at the Charlotte Convention Center in uptown.

Do you ignore facts to bolster your political viewpoint?

Chicago Tribune - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
Declaring America in crisis, Donald Trump pledged to cheering Republicans and still-skeptical voters Thursday night that as president he will restore the safety they fear they're losing, strictly curb immigration and save the nation from Hillary ...

Michelle Obama, Warren, Sanders close out restive first day of DNC

Politico - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
In classic Trump form, however, he did it by insulting Sanders, the Vermont socialist who defined his progressive agenda and presidential campaign as part of a "political revolution" only to finally endorse Hillary Clinton earlier this month. Pointing ...

First Paul Ryan TV Ad of 2016 Cycle Focuses on National Security

Wall Street Journal (blog) - ‎19.07.2016‎
House Speaker Paul Ryan released his first television ad of the 2016 election cycle on Tuesday, hours ahead of his address at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. The ad released Tuesday, “Do More,” focuses on national security and ...

Plagiarism dogs Trump campaign -- DC Dems release first ad backing Murphy ...

Politico - ‎19.07.2016‎
From a press release: the “new advertisement supporting Democrat Patrick Murphy in Florida … highlights President Obama and Vice President Biden's endorsement of the Congressman. The ad notes that Murphy has a fought to strengthen ... “Heavy TV ad ...

Ohio Politics Now: Bernie Sanders tries to unite Democrats as day marked by ...

Columbus Dispatch - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
What it was like at the beginning of the night: “The first evening of the convention, intended as a harmonious celebration after the raucous GOP convention in Cleveland, was mired in discord following the release by WikiLeaks of thousands of emails ...

Digital advertising will determine the race to the White House

The Drum - ‎vor 13 Stunden‎
The 2016 presidential race is one of the most polarizing in recent history. Candidates will need to work extra hard to woo independent voters, who now make up 43 percent of the electorate.

Hillary Clinton Has Aired 30700 Ads Since Clinching the Nomination. Trump? Zero

Fortune - ‎15.07.2016‎
The majority highlight her work as first lady to expand health care for children. “For Hillary, it's always ... Clinton's campaign released a new ad this week that shows children watching television as Trump makes some of his most inflammatory comments ...

Republican Convention Gave Grist to Democratic Candidates in Fight for Senate

Wall Street Journal - ‎22.07.2016‎
When Republicans officially made Donald Trump their presidential nominee this week, they also kicked off a new chapter in the parallel fight for control of the Senate.

Trump Bends the Party to His Will

The Atlantic (blog) - ‎18.07.2016‎
But just hours before Donald Trump made his first appearance in Cleveland, kicking off his four-day coronation as the Republican Party's presidential nominee, a raucous rebellion broke out on the convention floor. The law-and-order candidate, it turned ...

Morning Digest: Former KKK leader David Duke launches Senate run in Louisiana

Daily Kos - ‎25.07.2016‎
Duke has enthusiastically backed Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and he took the time to brag that Trump "and most Americans embrace most of the issues that I've championed for years.

James Dobson Endorses Donald Trump

TIME - ‎21.07.2016‎
James Dobson endorsed Donald Trump for president hours before the newly minted GOP nominee is slated to take the stage the final night of the Republican National Convention. “I have decided to endorse Donald J. Trump for President of the United States, ...

Donald Trump Defends Roger Ailes Against Sexual Harassment Accusations ...

Hollywood Reporter - ‎23.07.2016‎
"I can tell you that some of the women that are complaining, I know how much he's helped them," the Republican presidential nominee said in a pre-taped interview for NBC's 'Meet the Press.' Donald Trump made his first public comments regarding Roger ...

The Latest: Warren says Trump offers no answers to problems

WAND - ‎25.07.2016‎
___. 10:30 p.m.. Elizabeth Warren says the choice in the presidential election is clear, and she says Republican nominee Donald Trump "cares about himself every minute of every day." .... She stepped down after the release of hacked emails suggested ...

Richie Rich to Mad Max: 10 films that tell you everything you need to know about ... - ‎22.07.2016‎
Want to get to know Donald Trump? No, we don't either…but luckily there's a less direct option: getting to know Trump through cinema. Here are 10 films that might help you understand the Republican presidential candidate - and his rise to power - a ...

Trump-Pence officially nominated by GOP

Politico - ‎20.07.2016‎
COUNTER-PROGRAMMING - While McCain and other GOP convention absentees get scrutiny and have to deal with Trump, the NRSC released a new video Tuesday looking to push Hillary Clinton's unpopularity down-ballot, hitting her party for “the many flaws ...

Labor Makes Clinton's Case to Rust Belt Whites Curious About Trump

Bloomberg - ‎22.07.2016‎
No Republican presidential candidate has carried Pennsylvania since 1988, when George H.W. Bush beat Michael Dukakis. Clinton isn't taking the state for granted: She picked Scranton as the site of her first campaign appearance with Vice President Joe ...

US--Campaign 2016-Candidate Cash

Yahoo News - ‎20.07.2016‎
WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her party entered July with nearly $11 million more on hand than her Republican counterpart's operations, a strong showing of fundraising as both campaigns dive into the general ...