Cruz left the meeting without answering questions about whether he would endorse, or even vote, for Trump. In recent weeks, Trump has suggested that Clinton lacked "the stamina" to president and criticized her campaign schedule. A number of prominent white nationalists have said publicly they're backing Trump, among them former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke. Clinton triggered a political controversy on Friday after she called half of Trump's supporters "deplorable".
Earlier, Clinton took a jab at Trump from her campaign event across town: "He's lead the birther movement to delegitimize our first black president". According to NBC's Peter Alexander, Dr. Oz remarked, "it's nice to see a dad kiss his daughter", to which Trump replied, "I kiss her every chance I get".
Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said in an interview earlier this month that the 15 percent threshold should be lowered, saying it's too high. The statement says, in part: "I blanked". "As Governor, there were many things I didn't know off the top of my head". Johnson's blunder has sparked widespread mockery, with #WhatisAleppo becoming a trending hashtag on Twitter , and Clinton chuckling at a press conference when asked about Johnson's flub.
A spokesman for Koster reaffirmed that he remains opposed to the proposed constitutional amendment that also must pass before the state can impose a photo ID mandate for voters. According to Rep. Tom Flanigan's (R-Carthage) chief of staff Chris Dunn, the General Assembly can use the withhold override powers that Missouri voters put in the state Constitution in 2014, if it deems the budget restrictions are for frivolous reasons, among other things.
She and 12-year-old Valerie Janice Lane, both of Olivehurst, California, were reported missing by their mothers on November 12, 1973, after they failed to return from a shopping mall in nearby Linda that the girls had visited the previous day.
USA first lady Michelle Obama has taken to the stage in support of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. But the Democratic Party has structural advantages in a presidential year, as Barack Obama so vividly demonstrated. Bernie Sanders, is much more likely to eat into Clinton's support than Trump's, she hasn't consistently performed as well as Johnson. "Let's see how they feel walking around without their guns or their bodyguards", he told the gun lobby group, speaking about ...
Ole Miss will lean on senior quarterback Chad Kelly, who threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns in the Rebels' 43-37 over the Tide in Tuscaloosa last season. Alabama is also not without their faults. In 2011 the game was even called "the game of the century". This is a fast and swarming defense that intends to make life hard for this band of Rebels.
The law was one of numerous passed in recent years in Republican-governed states that Democrats and civil rights activists have said were meant to make it more hard for voters including African-Americans, Hispanics and others who tend to back Democratic candidates to cast ballots.
The plea deal was captured on video in the Onondaga County court almost seven months after the death of Maddox shocked Central New York . "Ryan, if you're listening, please just bring Maddox home", Maddox's mom, Morgan Lawrence, tearfully pleaded after her daughter was taken.
The state's attorney general Ellen Rosenblum expressed her delight at the outcome, explaining that OR would now be able to modernise its IT systems. Oregon Gov. "We're going to take that back, '" he said . "Not only were Oracle's claims lies, Oracle's work was abysmal", the lawsuit said. "We are pleased to have this contentious litigation behind us and to provide OR with the flexibility to obtain the software and technical support it desires to address the State's needs over the next ...
It was first published in Life , buried deep within the magazine's pages. The black-and-white photograph of Friedman, dressed in a white uniform, being embraced and kissed by a sailor to celebrate the end of the war became an enduring image.
The 187 passengers and five crew members aboard were safely evacuated after the train was directed into a nearby Chatsworth station on the outskirts of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County. When police arrived they found the armed passenger had locked himself inside a carriage. Three hours after the situation was reported , the train still remained at the station and buses were brought in to shuttle passengers to their respective stops.
Police in Orange received a 911 call from a neighbor at 5 p.m. Wednesday that reported there were two bodies inside the Gordons' residence, Lopez said. His sister, Beccy Gordon Hunter-Reay, is also an off-road racer. Robby Gordon competed in 396 career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races from 1991-2012, and he won three times during that span - at New Hampshire in 2001, and at Sonoma and Watkins Glen in 2003, according to NASCARcom.
Expect the Fighting Irish to learn from mistakes Ohio State and Iowa made last season and test a Michigan State secondary that has been in decline over the past two seasons. Think about the biggest wins in Cardinal football history. He uses his running ability to evade defenders and has the arm to hit his receivers in stride downfield.
Stewart's was the only hit to receive a penalty, although it was offset by an intentional grounding call against Newton. Pereira said this morning on PFT Live that it's the official's responsibility to get Newton medically checked after he took a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit from Denver's Darian Stewart with 36 seconds left in the game.
Senior advisers to President Barack Obama are recommending the president veto a House bill that would temporarily halt the transfer of any more Guantanamo Bay detainees. McConnell and a majority of House Republicans want to set a new deadline in December to craft a yearlong spending bill - a position also supported by the White House and congressional Democratic leaders.
The Clinton Foundation is throwing former President Bill Clinton a lavish 70th birthday bash in New York City on Friday, where he will also raise funds for the charity. "The Clinton Foundation's lack of disclosure surrounding this high-dollar event is deeply troubling and makes a mockery of Bill Clinton's claim that the foundation is 'as transparent as we can be, '" Miller said.
In a March 2008 interview with "60 Minutes", Clinton said she took then-Sen. "Welcome to all of you deplorables", Trump told the crowd, referencing Hillary Clinton's claim, which she later walked back, that half of Trump's supporters belonged in a "basket of deplorables".
The interview was taped Wednesday and broadcast Thursday. Many people close to me are Democrats. Prior to being punched, the protester reportedly directed an obscene gesture in Trump's direction. "Obviously it is not what she would have said had she thought about it". The emails were leaked to a website which has been alleged to be an outlet for hackers tied to the Russian intelligence groups.
The Wayne, Michigan, plant that now builds the Focus and C-Max that will move to Mexico will instead start building other models - probably the new Ford Bronco SUV and Ranger small pickup. Last week, Ford lowered its 2016 pre-tax profit forecast to $10.2bn from at least $10.8bn because of an expanded vehicle recall. Ford does expect profits to improve in 2018, but again no numbers were attached.
In late 2013, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $1.9 billion to settle claims that it defrauded USA government-controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, America's biggest providers of housing finance, into buying $14.2 billion in mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
He then stepped away without taking questions. The Democratic presidential nominee said "leading the birther movement is deplorable", and trying to say that Trump "did a great service" to Obama "is asinine". His own literary biography said, for, as I recall, 19 years, that he was born in Kenya. On Friday, Trump blamed the birther debate on Clinton's 2008 campaign for president.
North Korea has a tunnel where it can conduct an additional nuclear test, Moon said. They also alleged to have mastered the ability to mount nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles. "In other words, the North's capital city will be reduced to ashes and removed from the map". Reports of another nuclear test being conducted soon after were rife, according to South Korea's Yonhap News Agency.
In a 2005 interview with the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project , the Austrian-born Friedman said she later designed dolls' clothes, worked in summer theater and became a book restorer. "I had just come back from the Pacific". The black-and-white photo appeared on the cover of Life magazine and came to symbolize the jubilance Americans felt after the Japanese surrendered, marking the war's end.
Clinton for it. Hours after Donald Trump tried to end the controversy over President Barack Obama's birthplace, he accused Hillary Clinton of playing the race card amid sagging poll numbers and suggested that her Secret Service bodyguards "drop all weapons" because of her gun-control agenda.
Standing at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce on Thursday where investigators said an arson fire ravaged part of the facility, a longtime worshipper vowed the plan is to rebuild. Although tensions between Jewish and Muslim communities in Fort Pierce are more strained, Benson has tried to reach out the mosque in the past. "There is anti-Islam propaganda, and that corroborates our fear that it has to do with the Islamic community", said Maj.
In the aftermath of the scandal, the bank stock was down 7.5 per cent as against a 2.4 per cent decline for the Dow Jones US Banks Index. "We don't comment on the existence or non-existence of any investigation", said Abraham Simmons, a spokesman for the US Attorney's Office in San Francisco.
However, the White House has tried to squash a bill from moving forward and it remains unclear if President Obama would veto the proposed legislation. The White House said the bill sets a bad precedent, but victims said it would let them investigate if Saudi officials were involved in the attacks.
Many of these students have already paid their tuition for the semester, and they are now questioning what will happen. According to the Mass. Department of Higher Education, nearly 700 students receive Federal student loans to attend ITT.
NewsChannel 13 will air the entire debate Friday evening from 7 p.m.to 8 p.m. Bernie Sanders of Vermont wave to Teachout supporters gathered to hear the two speak at a rally in New Paltz , N.Y., Friday, Sept. After the rally, Faso spoke with reporters outside a firehouse in New Paltz. Faso, 64, was born in Long Island, attended Catholic high school in New York City and is graduate of SUNY Brockport and Georgetown who has lived for decades in Columbia County.
Their bodies were found by a dirt road, according to authorities, having been fatally shot by shotguns at close range. Two men charged with murder in the shotgun slayings of two young girls made their first court appearances Wednesday, but the lead prosecutor said they can't face the death penalty because it wasn't an option when the girls were sexually assaulted and killed more than 40 years ago.
Clinton's gun-reform policy does not call for abolishing the Second Amendment. President Obama weighed in by brushing aside the controversy. She doesn't want guns. What Trump just did is a disgrace. What is the origin of the "birther" claim? Mrs. Obama noted that the country was in a time of transition, just like her family, which was about to move into a new house.
North Korea labelled the flyover by the "infamous" nuclear bombers as Washington's attempt to seek "an opportunity of mounting a pre-emptive nuclear attack", referring to USA plans to deploy further strategic assets to the peninsula. South Korea has continually expressed concern over North Korea's nuclear developments and recently called for the U.N.to apply "unbearable pain on the North to leave no choice but to change".
Grate was charged in Ashland County on Thursday with two counts of murder and one count of kidnapping. Tunnell said he and his office is in the "early stages" of reviewing the "large volume of evidence" and that additional charges are possible.
Three police fired 18 shots at Joudeh, striking him several times, after he mounted the grill of a cop auto and then slashed the detective who tried to subdue him, O'Neill said. The episode began about 5pm at West 32nd Street and Broadway when several officers responded to a report that Joudeh was trying to remove the device, said police commissioner William J Bratton.