Sturman was deeply skeptical of nearly every claim Trump's campaign lawyer made, calling it "disturbing" that his attorney was asking for the names of the poll workers at the site and denying the campaign's requests. "From the polling, it appears that Nevada is so close, that the Trump campaign thinks it is worth challenging any violation in voting protocol", said Robert Lang of University of Nevada Las Vegas .
James Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, set off a political firestorm on Friday by announcing in a letter to Congress that the agency would investigate emails discovered in a separate probe to see if they contain classified information.
Mr Trump's views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are hard to divine and sometimes contradictory. He said he looked forward to working with Trump "to advance security, stability and peace in our region". In no other country does the US locate its embassy anywhere other than the capital, but Jerusalem is a special case: Israel's claim to the city, which it says dates back some 3,000 years, to the reign of the biblical King David, is not recognized by the worldwide community.
A NY real estate developer who lives in a sparkling Manhattan high-rise, Trump forged a striking connection with white, working class Americans who feel left behind in a changing economy and diversifying country. She expressed regret that she did not shatter the glass ceiling , but said, "Someday, someone will, and hopefully sooner than we might think right now".
Clinton got 54 per cent of their support, compared with Obama's 60 per cent. Trump had the backing of 37 per cent of voters under 30, the same percentage that Mitt Romney won in 2012. President Barack Obama said he's instructing his team to make sure there is a peaceful transfer of power to Donald Trump. The two leaders planned to meet Thursday at the White House, where Obama was to update Trump about ongoing planning for the transition.
Diplomats questioned how long NATO's chief would be able to maintain a "business as usual" tone with a new US leader who has expressed admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin, condemned by the West for his actions in Ukraine. "Trump is a protectionist in trade", said Hasung Jang, a professor of finance at Korea University in Seoul. Stoltenberg said Wednesday that "it is important that the Trans-Atlantic bond remains strong" and that "U.S.
And in Bangladesh, a government official who asked not to be named said: "I can't think what awaits us". Many people around the world were unhappy to wake to the news Donald Trump had won the US Presidential election. A pro-al-Qaeda al-Maqalaat Twitter account predicted that Trump would "make the US Enemy No.1 again", in the Muslim Middle East. "Trump will serve as the flawless straw man for the next four years, like Bush did before him", it said.
That's in contrast to Ontario, where manufacturing exports could take a big hit. After more than 25 years, the deal is " prime to be updated and improved upon, as opposed to whittled away", he said. "Personal relations with Trump are clearly going to matter a lot". But while that spells bad news for NAFTA and Mexico, Canada could stand to benefit, according to an article on Huffington Post Canada .
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Obama , in a post-election ritual meant to signal the peaceful transition of power, vowed to do all he could to ensure Trump would be well-positioned to run the country. Instead, Obama sought to cast the election results as a natural swerve in the nation's political trajectory. It is unclear how long Obama and Trump spoke, but campaign officials said it was a respectful and gracious discussion.
Asian shares have shed early gains, tumbling Wednesday as. Every new exit poll in the USA presidential election showed the race to be a nail-biter, sending investors stampeding to safe-haven assets. "Investors were risk averse yesterday, then after seeing that Americans were optimistic and chasing the market higher, they wasted no time reversing their positions", said Takuya Takahashi, a strategist at Daiwa Securities in Tokyo.
I think we are seeing a sea-change in politics and not before time in my view. But in the long-term, what does a President Trump mean for Britain and its special relationship with the US? " Many congratulations. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who called Trump this evening and congratulated him on his victory, said in a statement that Trump's "incredible victory. marks a repudiation of the status quo of failed liberal progressive policies".
U.S. police were on site as protesters tried to reach Trump Tower during a march against Republican president-elect Donald Trump in the neighbourhood of Manhattan in New York City . Police in University City said almost 500, mostly University of Pennsylvania students, took part. There had been uncertainty on Tuesday over whether Mr.
Narendra Modi congratulated Mr. Donald Trump on being elected as the President of the United States on Nov 9. During the meeting, May pressed her interest in expanding bilateral trading opportunities - particularly with the USA - as she looks to lead the so-called Brexit, her spokesman said .
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.4 percent for the day in trading in NY. How did she do it? For my son's future, I am voting for Hillary Clinton. He went on to boast about Clinton's plans for the economy, health care, immigration and worldwide affairs. " Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief", Obama said.
On Monday, she left her home in Chappaqua, in the NY suburbs, to take on an itinerary of 3 200km. Eight years ago, that place was Grant Park in Chicago and that moment was Obama's own election as America's first black president. Clinton hosted her final campaign rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, just feet away from where the Founding Fathers penned the Declaration of Independence.
Melania Trump will be the only first lady in 191 years to have been born outside the United States - preceded only by John Quincy Adams' wife, Louisa Adams, who was born in England when the USA was still a colony. It was too heavy for her to walk in so she changed into a Vera Wang silk dress for the poolside reception where the happy couple drank Cristal champagne, ate caviar and mingled with the likes of Heidi Klum and Barbara Walters.
His pledges have targeted Mexico rather than Canada , which is the top trading partner for dozens of states and the biggest overall buyer of USA exports. How that policy will be implemented remains to be seen, but the sentiment couldn't be more opposite to Merkel's welcome to any Muslim who can swim, walk, or fly to Europe.
The small armada, however, looks like it will arrive within days of the Syrian government's plan to close a number of humanitarian corridors running out of eastern Aleppo . "There is no doubt in my mind that the Russians want to take advantage of the forthcoming USA elections and escalate in Aleppo , and the arrival of the lone Russian aircraft carrier to the Syrian coast on the eve of the US elections is no coincidence", he said.
After a several-hour standoff, authorities entered the home and found the suspect lying in the entryway. "We don't believe any suspects left that area", he said. Officials later evacuated the building and some voters were directed to other sites to cast their ballots. At least one victim had been on his way to vote, a law enforcement source told The Times .
The green panel has also ordered all five states to submit a response on coordination between all of them for preventive and punitive measures. The NGT said, "Even a mask has a limit". "All we see is construction work on Delhi-Chandigarh route that violates guidelines", it said further. TERI Director General Ajay Mathur recommended use of technology to convert agricultural waste into bio-char, congestion pricing for all vehicles and gradual phase out of old vehicles.
That then launched a string of appearances where Obama took the opportunity to insult Trump. Obama kept a calming tone during his speech, seemingly talking to Democratic voters who were disappointed to see Hillary Clinton lose her election bid.
He added there was a constitutional duty not to accept that outcome. Many protesters gathered at City Hall, where they burned a piñata of Trump. In New York, thousands of protesters in midtown Manhattan made their way to Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue.
News reports that in New York City, despite the rain, thousands of protesters could be heard chanting and banging drums as they marched past Rockefeller Center up Sixth Avenue. In dozens of cities across the USA, crowds of people massed outside hotels owned by the billionaire businessman in a night of widespread angry riots.
The victor will inherit an anxious nation, angry and distrustful of leaders in Washington. In the later stages of her husband's presidency, Mrs Clinton ran successfully for NY senator, and was re-elected in 2006. Comey announced the inquiry late last month, sapping Clinton's surging momentum and threatening Democrats in down-ballot races. Some good news boosted Mrs Clinton's spirits in the final moments of the campaign.
Gary Giroux said. Bryan Bott of the Toronto Police Service's homicide squad. They pleaded with local media not to share social media images of those police may be looking for. On Monday, police said they had identified suspects of the brutal beating and given them the opportunity to turn themselves in. He was killed in a fight outside a bar in Little Italy on Saturday morning.
Khan's move came after the Supreme Court of Pakistan adjourned the hearing of petitions calling for Sharif to be disqualified from office for holding offshore bank accounts. KP lawmaker Farman Shah, while addressing the PTI workers earlier in the eveing, said: "We are not against Punjab, we are against the PML-N". The Panama documents show that Sharif's children owned offshore holding companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, Reuters reports, but Sharif's family has denied any ...
Even Republicans were stunned by the scope of their electoral success, including many who had been privately predicting Trump's defeat. (Surely, there's an argument to made that GOP voter suppression efforts in some states may have contributed to decreased Democratic voter turnout, but the margin in votes between Clinton in 2016 and Obama in 2008 and 2012 appears way to considerable for this to be the answer.) Former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell echoed this sentiment in an election ...
Analysts have always said that the decision to sack Mr Zuma would need to come from the ANC itself and for that to happen, certain processes would need to be followed. "President Zuma's brand of corruption, economic mismanagement and lies can no longer continue to exist alongside the project of building a better South Africa", the party said in a statement.
Her four children were expected to leave Pakistan to be reunited with their mother later on Wednesday. "We have deported Sharbat Gula to Afghanistan". A magazine with the photograph of Afghan refugee Sharbat Gulla, displayed in Islamabad, Pakistan, Oct. 26, 2016. "We left Afghanistan because of the fighting", Gula's brother, Kashar Khan, told National Geographic in 2002.
House Speaker Paul Ryan campaigned Saturday alongside Trump's running mate, Mike Pence - a rare show of unity, but not with Trump himself. According to the Fox News poll, Clinton has a 4-percentage point lead over the Republican presidential nominee.
Anthony leads the Knicks in scoring at 22.8 points per game. Down by only one after three, the Knicks outscored Brooklyn 38-25 in the final frame. After trailing for most of the game, Anthony reeled off 14 consecutive points in the third quarter to turn an 11-point deficit into a two-point advantage.
Comedian Chelsea Handler said that she already purchased a house in another country when she was on "Live with Kelly and Michael" a while back. Dunham said she "loves" Canada and would "100 per cent" move there if necessary. I will spend my life fighting for girls to be seen, heard, & valued. "Me and Drake gonna be neighbors if Donald Trump becomes president". "I would definitely move", he said "It's not real to me that that would happen".
White House spokesman Josh Earnest has insisted Obama will be honest about ensuring a smooth handover when he meets Trump, although he added: "I'm not saying it's going to be an easy meeting". And it was the interpretation of the polls by some outlets that likely produced the real disparity by predicting the outcome of the Electoral College, and a Clinton win there.
The organisation invites women to share a photo of themselves doing the job that they are proud of - paid or unpaid work - to highlight the contribution of women in the economy and in society. 'I would urge all female candidates to aim high and feel confident in demanding the same figure as their male counterparts'. Rebecca Hilsenrath, chief executive of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, said: "After over 40 years since the enactment of legislation banning sex discrimination at work ...