I don't think so", Trump said . "Why don't we do that?" "She could barely reach her auto, ' " he added. "If she's in office, I hope we can start a coup". And he said voters will turn out in unprecedented numbers because they can see through Trump's "shameful attempts to undermine an election weeks before it happens".
Contending that Clinton "should be in jail", Trump further argued that his opponent sought to "cover up her crimes" by deleting 33,000 emails from her server after receiving a congressional subpoena. Given the yawn with which the press mostly greeted Trump baselessly speculating today why the president hadn't been accused of sexual assault, this off-the-cuff remark will probably not be among them.
The GOP nominee often raises questions about whether Clinton has the stamina and strength to serve as president. Clinton recalled that Trump's anger was palpable as they faced off in a town hall-style debate following the revelation that Trump was recorded in 2015 boasting about sexually assaulting women.
Redmayne, speaking to the Press Association, said that Rowling "has the most extraordinary imagination of our generation and she has created something entirely different". She told these fans that she is now finishing up her treatment for the second film in the series, reports ABC News . " Fantastic Beasts" introduces moviegoers to the tale of Newt Scamander (Redmayne), a writer who tracks down and documents magical creatures.
The leaked footage from 2005 that shows a sexist conversation between television host Billy Bush and Donald Trump seems have opened the Pandora's Box for the Republican presidential nominee, with two more women accusing him of sexually assaulting them.
Anderson said that yes, she was at a club with friends and sitting on a velvet couch when she suddenly became aware that the man next to her was attempting to put his hand up her skirt. Let's just move on.'" Anderson had told some people about it: "One friend, Kelly Stedman, told The Washington Post that Anderson informed her about the encounter a few days after it happened.
President Obama spoke in Cleveland early today to encourage voters to get out and vote early for Hillary Clinton . Obama's critique of Trump came after his effusive praise for Clinton, whom he depicted as a lifelong fighter for working Americans.
Wilde - who has spoken out several times about gender equality and feminism even before she knew she would have a daughter one day - announced Daisy's arrival on Instagram on Saturday afternoon. Born, like a boss, on the #InternationalDayoftheGirl ". She added the very popular, very relevant "Never Trump" hashtag, and really we just could not love her more.
On Tuesday evening, Kanye West was seen exiting the couple's NYC apartment, looking somber in green sweat trousers and a khaki jacket with his hood up, obstructing most of his face. She told them where to find a new ring - a photograph of which she posted on social media last Friday, TMZ added. She likes to expose what she has.
And former secretary of state Madeleine Albright was set to deliver remarks in Pennsylvania "decrying recent Trump revelations", Clinton's campaign said . "I take no satisfaction in seeing what Trump does and says because it hurts it hurts me and it hurts our country", she said. Citing the names of two prominent Trump aides, Fallon added: "It is more clear than ever that Donald Trump has fully handed over the controls of his campaign to the likes of David Bossie and Steve Bannon to ...
Meanwhile, there is no drug on this planet that could give Trump an edge over Clinton, unless it is being passed out like candy at voting booths on election day. "Hillary Clinton should have been prosecuted and should be in jail", he added. "We should take a drug test prior because I don't know what's going on with her, but at the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end it was like, 'Oh, take me down.' She could barely reach her vehicle".
We work to be relentless, we work to be tough, we work to be intelligent". For a while, it looked like an early touchdown might hold up. Blakenship connected on his third field goal of the day with a 33-yard attempt to make it 16-10 with 13:47 left to play; however, Vandy put up its go-ahead score with 4:04 on the clock, and the Bulldogs couldn't come up with a response in its final two outings on the field.
Just moments after smearing Donald Trump , correctly, as unfit to be President, Clinton tried to avoid her husband's serial sexual misconduct by quoting Michelle Obama, "When they go low, we go high". Hillary Clinton at the time was a court-appointed lawyer selected to defend the man. Trump only briefly sought to undercut the mountain of criticism he faced in the wake of the leaked audio, which cemented a view of Trump as a misogynist, by touting his belief in "equal pay for equal work" ...
Both resolutions were put to vote at the Security Council on Saturday and neither of them was passed. Russia's United Nations ambassador Vitaly Churkin, the current rotating council president, called the vote a " waste of time " and "inadmissible", claiming the Security Council met knowing that neither resolution would be adopted.
The Republican presidential candidate is vowing to win the election his own way, as party leaders step back from him. Sens. Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, both Iowa Republicans , have publicly condemned Trump's remarks but said they still plan to vote for him.
Some observers said Pence's performance could help steady the Trump campaign after the real estate mogul's recent performance against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. "The VP's job is to go in and try to defend the top of the ticket". Kaine, following Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's lead, also hit Trump for feuding with a former Latina beauty queen, for saying Sen.
Clinton said "for his talk of putting America first", Trump doesn't support American industry with his products and projects. Just 10 percent said the party is united. Similar behavior was detailed by women who accused Trump in articles published late Wednesday by The New York Times and the Palm Beach Post. It seems Clinton is trying not just to win, but to win more convincingly than she may have thought was possible even a few days ago.
Game 1 of the National League Championship Series is set. Kershaw was far from flawless in his two starts against the Nationals, surrendering three runs in five innings to win the series opener last week, then striking out 11 while allowing five runs in a 6 2/3 innings no decision on Tuesday .
They stole a jewellery box and a ring. The robbery took place in the chic Madeleine district of Paris , near the city's main department stores. Authorities said the five robbers wore fake police emblems on their jackets in order to pose as law enforcement and forced their way into her apartment in Paris .
Clinton draws 16% of the GOP vote, while 11% of Democrats prefer Trump. "I will never raise middle class federal taxes, it is not right", she said , later adding, "You could not have two more different people running for president than me and Donald Trump ".
Rachel Crooks , 33, was a 22-year-old receptionist in 2005 at Bayrock Group , a real estate investment and development company in Trump Tower in Manhattan when she encountered Trump outside an elevator in the building. "They're not right. You just have to be a decent human being", President Obama charged in Columbus, Ohio. "I take him at his word". In a speech that was both painful and at times sickening to listen to, Trump proved exactly why women often avoid reporting assault: the ...
And he says voters will turn out in unprecedented numbers because they can see through Trump's "shameful attempts to undermine an election weeks before it happens". She is predicted to receive 46 per cent of the vote, while Mr Trump is now on 39 per cent. "And she could barely even reach her auto", he said at the end, appearing to reference Clinton's health scare last month, in which her knees buckled as she was escorted into her vehicle.
The hurricane has pounded the southwestern coast of Haiti , threatening a largely rural corner of the impoverished country with devastating storm conditions as it heads north toward Cuba and the eastern coast of Florida. In Port-au-Prince, schools were closed and people lined up at gas stations and cleared out shelves at supermarkets. Some anxious the city of roughly a million people would not fare well.
Donald Trump's campaign is stepping up its rhetoric against Clinton amid accusations from women who say the GOP nominee groped and kissed them without consent. I apologize if anyone was offended". "I don't believe everything I see on TV!" "[Trump] doesn't have the character to be president of the United States", U.S.
I could've spit on him. In an interview with Den of Geek , Morgan told the news outlet that " Negan's not just going to kill one person in [the premiere]", before adding, "He's not afraid of bashing in skulls". And if you're still left wanting more gore, never fear as AMC will be running films like Halloween, Alien and Friday the 13th as part of its 20th FearFest celebrations.
He has bragged about intruding on beauty contestants in their dressing rooms. Trump owned the Miss USA pageant from 2002 to 2015. In the past 24 hours, women have come forward telling stories of sexual assault, groping and unwanted advances.
According to the city of Chanhassen , Paisley Park's current application for rezoning, a measure necessary to operate as a museum, was tabled due to "public safety and traffic concerns" and will be brought up for another vote "on or before December 20".
Bush's ultimate fate remains to be determined, according to people familiar with the network. The comments were made when Bush was a host for Access Hollywood , which is also owned by NBC . The insider confirms to Us that the TV personality, 44, won't be returning to the morning show following his Donald Trump tape scandal. "When you're a star , they let you do anything ..." "[Lochte] lied", Roker then told Bush.
The report on Wednesday was followed by a stream of similar allegations from several other women, putting more pressure on Trump as he lags Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in national opinion polls. It's also false to say that Clinton has never released a political ad touting her own accomplishments. Trump, a NY businessman who has never previously run for elected office, said during a presidential debate on Sunday that he had not actually done the things he had boasted about, and ...
The British cycling ace, 36, failed to provide drug testers with sufficient information about his whereabouts just three months before winning Olympic gold in Rio. Wiggins and Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford, the British Cycling performance director until April 2014, have strenuously denied any wrongdoing , insisting each time the TUEs were medically necessary to deal with a pollen allergy that aggravates Wiggins' long-standing asthma condition.
Zervos is among several women who have made sexual allegations against the Republican nominee. She told The Times about 45 minutes after takeoff, Trump lifted the armrest, moved toward her and then began to grope her. The president chided Trump for claiming the election is rigged against him, and he asserted that the Republican poses a risk to the American political system.
The site of the crash was northeast of Winfield, about 18 kilometres north of Kelowna. "There was catastrophic damage at the crash site", said Moskaluk. Don Iveson , a journalist with the National Post, described described Prentice as " one of the most able and decent guys in politics ". He once called Prentice the chief operating officer of Canada's government.
During an hour and half concert, Dylan delighted the audience with some of his classics like Â´Blowing in the WindÂ´, one of the anti-war anthems of the 1960s that marked a whole generation. He went into seclusion for months after a motorcycle crash in 1966, leading to stories that he had cracked under the pressure of his new celebrity. At another point in his life, Dylan took up boxing.
Dylan, whose songs include Blowin' in the Wind and The Times They Are A-Changin, won a Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for his "profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power".
Here's what a couple of Bowdoin's English faculty had to say on the matter. English poet Alfred Tennyson was often regarded as the poet representative of the Victorian age. "For 54 years he has been at it, reinventing himself", said Sara Danius, the academy's permanent secretary. Others have pointed out that, well, Dylan hasn't exactly written books , and that we've come to expect a certain service from the Nobel Prize in Literature: "The victor never pleases everyone-picking a single ...