Tim Kaine Should Challenge Other Old White Men on Abortion More Often
Окт 14 2016 by Francis Osborne
Right now Pence is the glue holding together the Trump campaign, and this debate - typically looked over and forgotten - is now a major change in momentum for the Trump campaign.
Several reports have suggested that Trump wasn't happy that his running mate, Mike Pence, declined to defend some of his most controversial statements, which Kaine repeatedly recited onto the record during Tuesday's vice-presidential debate.
Celebrity billionaire businessman Mr Trump said his relationship with Russia's leader would be determined by how Moscow responded to strong United States leadership under his administration.
The tension between Trump and Clinton was palpable from the start of their 90-minute debate, the second time they have faced off in the presidential campaign.
Throughout her campaign, Clinton has made comments not only about Trump himself, but also his supporters at large. Clinton and Trump supporters will continue to be just that. For one, the IN governor is measured and self-effacing - "Call me Mike", he tells volunteers working at the Franklin County GOP phone bank when he drops by - while Trump is brash and boastful.
The Washington Post called Kaine a cautious pick for Clinton, and said that in picking Kaine, Clinton may be thinking, "This is my race to win, and I'm not going to take any unnecessary risks along the way that could potentially screw that up".
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading over her Republican rival Donald Trump as the campaign is approaching its final weeks, according to the latest NBC News/SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll. "This is a choice between two futures", he declared, saying he never considered leaving Trump's ticket.
Trump's own running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, has declared he could neither condone nor defend the remarks in the video revealed on Friday.
Trump's campaign has argued over the past few days that he's better at connecting with people than Clinton and that her over-prepared nature won't serve her as well on Sunday as it did last week. I'll quote two pundits who I think were on to something.
Trump said: "Nothing is more important than the safety of your family".
"Donald Trump speaks in a way that everyday Americans hear him loud and clear", Pence says.
So many half-baked ideas, interrupted sentences and unfinished thoughts are being hurled at television viewers, it's impossible for the public to sift through them all and make sense of where the candidates stand on real issues.
What's left from the debate is a splintered Trump campaign and a somewhat deflated Clinton morale. "He would probably lose bigger than Trump here".
That's particularly true because early voting has already begun in states including Iowa, Minnesota and some counties in Wisconsin.
Virginia, the state where Kaine has spent most of his political career, is considered a swing state in 2016.
Ryan and Trump are scheduled to appear together on Saturday at an annual fall festival in Wisconsin that is expected to attract other state politicians.
So this is maybe an emotionally convincing argument for some, but it conveniently ignores how women actually experience abortion-studies have shown that women typically don't regret having them, and that women are more likely to feel regret about being denied an abortion than going through with one.
The businessman opened the debate with a flood of insults aimed at Clinton, including insinuating she was the "devil". He said the USA should offer help.
Pence says he and Trump talk every day on the phone, exchanging notes from the campaign trail.
Ortega said that could be in a number of areas, including debate prep and substance. "We're eager to see if he demonstrates the ability to be steady and not unravel or unwind the way he did in the last hour of the last debate".
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