Clinton's Post-Convention Bump Puts Her Well Ahead of Trump Now
Aug 11 2016 by Johnny Bowman
The Republican National Convention did not result in a post-convention bounce for Trump.
"Trump who likes to complain about polls that don't show him winning, he's called the CNN poll phony".
The ad in question follows the format of Hillary Clinton's famous "3am" spot from the 2008 Democratic presidential primary, with a severe voiceover asking the animated couple "who [they] want answering the call".
When pressed about how he would pay for such a large government program, Trump said with a "fund".
"I never expect to agree with whoever is President, but at a minimum the President needs to consistently display those qualities I have preached to my two children: kindness, honesty, dignity, compassion and respect", EFE news quoted Hanna as saying in the op-ed piece.
Many Republicans have expressed support for the parents, and some have sharply rebuked Trump, most notably Senate Armed Forces Committee Chairman John McCain, a military veteran and former prisoner of war.
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Ryan and Republican Senate Majority Leader McConnell have offered support to the Khans, but no Republican leaders have withdrawn their support for Trump as the party's presidential pick.
"While I disagree with her on many issues, I will vote for Mrs Clinton", he wrote.
Hanna said Trump is "profoundly offensive and narcissistic" and "a world-class panderer", suggesting that the mogul's demeanour, comments and attitude make him unfit to be President.
Do you think Donald Trump should have any of his children work on policy matters in his administration? Chair Meg Whitman announced via Facebook late Tuesday night that she will be supporting Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's run for the presidency.
While Democrats openly appealed at their convention last week to Republicans uneasy with Trump, Clinton and her top supporters have been making a similar cross-party pitch in private since before the Democratic nomination fight even came to its conclusion.