But his greater message was one of palpable fear: That Trump, the Republican nominee, poses an unprecedented risk to the republic, given his apparent disregard for electoral institutions, the structure of the USA armed forces, tthe country's checks and balances system and its constitutional law.
Clinton now finds herself a slim point behind Donald Trump for the first time since May, according to the poll produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates . "We are living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world", Trump said. "The investigation over the email scandal will last for years, a trial will probably start, nothing will get done, and our country will continue to suffer", the Republican presidential nominee said in an election rally in Michigan ...
The hostility towards Clinton reportedly resulted from the FBI's decision in July to not recommend criminal charges against Clinton for her private email server. "Crooked Hillary should not be allowed to run for president. She deleted 33,000 e-mails AFTER getting a subpoena from U.S. Congress. RIGGED!" "RIGGED!" Trump said in his third tweet .
Nice and easy". And he said Trump would abuse his presidential powers if he is elected president on Tuesday, reiterating what he told voters in North Carolina - that "the republic is at risk" if Trump wins Tuesday. In the United States, the S&P 500 shed 0.7 percent, in part due to weakness in petroleum-linked shares after a big jump in USA oil inventories revived fears about a supply glut.
Beyoncé will help get out the vote for Hillary Clinton at a concert and rally at Cleveland State University Friday, a source told CBS News . His campaign says both he and running mate Mike Pence both will return to OH prior to Election Day.
Most voters say their minds are made up and late revelations about both candidates made no significant difference to them, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll released Thursday. Clinton traveled to NY to appear on "SNL" as hoped, playing a bartender named Val who commiserates with Kate McKinnon's Clinton. She has maintained her comfortable edge in the Reuters/Ipsos poll and she inched back into a 2-point lead over Trump in the latest Washington Post-ABC News tracking poll, ...
A coalition of advocacy groups plans to send 1,000 volunteers to monitor polls in North Carolina on Election Day , along with about 250 legal advisers who will be dispatched to counties with the thorniest voting problems. A court filing by the state said Cumberland County removed the most - almost 5,600 - followed by Moore with 790. Beaufort had removed 63. However, there appears to have been a recent uptick.
We know that Hillary Clinton lies with incredible skill. The polls are all saying we're going to win Florida. Even with national polls narrowing, Clinton has several more paths to 270 than Trump. In this scenario, Trump would vastly outperform expectations among suburban, middle-class voters - and win the election's biggest prize of all: the Philadelphia suburbs.
Gonzales said it was unusual for the department to disclose any details of an ongoing investigation. This blunder created a bad appearance, inflamed Republicans and forced the attorney general to defer to Comey on Clinton - even though she didn't fully recuse herself from the case, and even though that is not his institutional role.
The father, who the Daily News has identified as 44-year-old Robert Crumb, fled the scene and then led police on a almost 30-mile chase along the westbound Southern State Parkway and then onto Belt Parkway, police said. The 16-year-old suffered defensive wounds and was taken to the hospital, police say. A total of four Nassau officers suffered injuries, smoke inhalation, a head wound and a sprained wrist.
Trump said that it has been reported that the laptops of Clintons top aides, which had been slated for destruction, were not in fact destroyed and that the FBI has been successfully using them to gather information for their criminal investigation.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, accompanied by singer-songwritter Pharrell Williams (center left), greets students at North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina, on Thursday, Nov. But four more years of Obama, we can't take it, folks. Trump's advantage in enthusiasm has shrunk to only two points in the last two days of interviewing, with the share of Clinton and Trump supporters who are very enthusiastic standing at 51 percent and 53 percent, respectively.
Dick's employees don't know exactly when more World Series gear will arrive. There are too many people on my side. Catcher David Ross, who homered in the final game of his career, shared his picture with the trophy and quipped, "Look what the boys got me for my retirement".
Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. And, he hopes, come election day on Tuesday, they will still favour his candidate of choice - Hillary Clinton. For both Clinton and Trump voters, 95 percent of people asked said they had made their minds up for their vote, 92 percent of all voters asked in the poll said they were set on their decision, and around one in five said they had already voted.
He has two Florida rallies Thursday, in Jacksonville and Miami , and he plans to return to the state Sunday, visiting Orlando on the final day of early voting in the state. But the polls show some evidence of tightening in Colorado , Pennsylvania and Virginia . Currency traders have sold the dollar this week in part because they suspect Trump would prefer a weaker dollar given his protectionist stance on worldwide trade, and in part because the uncertainty surrounding a Trump win might ...
But Lester made himself available out of the bullpen for Game 7 and that's right where Joe Maddon went when he took starter Kyle Hendricks out of the game with two outs in the fifth inning. "That was an incredible game to be a part of", Indians manager Terry Francona said. It hurts because we care. The Cubs had started the game in intense fashion, taking a 5-1 lead, before being pulled back to 5-3 by a resurgent Indians.
Clinton stopped to address the heckler, whose words could be heard over the roaring crowd. After hearing the heckler, Clinton paused to give her angry retort: "I'm sick and exhausted of the negative, dark, divisive, risky vision and behavior of people who support Donald Trump ".
Greene, who less than nine hours after the shooting turned himself over to a Department of Natural Resources employee in rural Dallas County, Iowa, has had numerous run-ins with local police. "And that doesn't include in-person donations or the people calling today asking for our address", said Andy Fogle, chief executive officer of the credit union.
Mrs. Trump said that, if she becomes first lady, she'd focus on combatting online bullying as part of her work as an advocate for women and children. He also said it strikes a clear contrast with Trump. "[It's] not fair to Congress, the American people or Secretary Clinton". And in Texas, Trump's advantage over Clinton is nine points, 49 percent to 40 percent, with Johnson at 6 percent and Stein at 2 percent.
A senior Federal Bureau of Investigation official told CBS News , "The counterterrorism and homeland security communities remain vigilant and well-postured to defend against attacks here in the United States". The network pointed out that during holiday seasons and when big events are approaching, be they sporting clashes or an election, intelligence about potential threats always increases.
Nilson, who once walked across a frozen Niagara Falls, said seeing the Cubs' win is the last item on her bucket list. "I'm just thinking about all my relatives and friends who have come and gone off this Earth without seeing any success for the Cubs", Erbach said.
The newswires have exploded with the news that premiums the federal Affordable Care Act exchanges will increase by an average of 25 percent nationally and as much as 119 percent in Arizona. An Associated Press report showed for Kansans that increase could be as high as 40 percent for premiums. If Vermonters do not have any health insurance in 2017 - such as through an employer, a family member, the military or Vermont Health Connect - they will be required to pay a roughly $700 fee when ...
Nowhere in the United State can you vote by text, although it has been an idea presented in several states. Right now, as the fake ads trickle throughout the network, containing the outbreak of misinformation is proving hard. An astute Twitter user, Robert McNees , reported the ads as a potential violation of Twitter's Terms of Service . At least one account tweeting the fake ads has been banned - but it happened to be the account of a self-proclaimed "hero of the racist alt-right ...
Tony Beminio and officer Justin Martin, the two men gunned down. If convicted, he would receive an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole. Greene is white, as were Martin and Beminio, police said. "There is absolutely no way anyone would have been able to find" the rifle, Parizek said.
If you didn't know Maren Morris' name before tonight, you should now. Little Big Town won vocal group of the year and Brothers Osborne vocal duo of the year , while Dierks Bentley and Elle King's " Different for Girls " won musical event of the year .
Clear to partly cloudy skies and mild weather conditions are expected over the next few days across the Omaha area. - Mostly sunny Sunday with a high near 68 and winds from the south at 5 to 10 miles per hour. SundayA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 1pm. Tuesday Mostly sunny, with a high near 64. Monday , sunny, with a high near 70.
Early voting is becoming increasingly popular. Obama won the state both years. There are several valid forms of ID that will speed up the process for voters. That's according to Bryan Dean, state Election Board spokesman. However, voters who did not mail their applications still have ample time to submit them in person.
There will be a championship parade starting at Wrigley Field followed by a rally at Grant Park on Friday. First and foremost, his performance in Game 5 of the World Series to keep the Cubs alive was impressive. Yes, she's 108 years old. Forthcoming viewership stats for Wednesday's conclusion will easily drive the seven-game average even higher. "It is sad for past generations that missed it all together", said Judy Pareti, who came from NY to stand outside the Murphy's Bleachers ...
Trump said that it has been reported that the laptops of Clinton's top aides, which had been slated for destruction, were not in fact destroyed and that the FBI has been successfully using them to gather information for their criminal investigation.
Two residents and a staff member suffered from serious squirrel bites. The frantic-sounding caller tells the dispatcher, "We need some care for people here". Several people were left bleeding before the animal was booted from the building, a caller told a 9-1-1 dispatcher. During the more-than-3-minute call, the animal was eventually tossed outside.
Turner approached Zimmer at Vikings headquarters about 6:30 a.m. Zimmer choked up during the press conference when describing what kind of person Norv is. During Bradford's rookie season in 2010, he was sacked 34 times , but still managed to complete 60 percent of his passes. The team has also been hit by injuries to Adrian Peterson, who tore the meniscus in his right knee, and linemen Matt Kalil and Andre Smith .
The warrant will allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation to examine the emails to see if they are relevant to its probe of the private email server used for government work by Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, while she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.
President Barack Obama attacked Trump while campaigning for Clinton in Florida, another state where polls showed a tight contest. Clinton has spent seven days campaigning in Pennsylvania since July's Democratic National Convention and aides feel a win in Pennsylvania will severely limit Trump's path to the presidency.
Though RR is SEPTA's only system now operating in full during the strike that went into effect Tuesday morning, Transit Workers Union members were picketing on the rail tracks, creating delays and stoppages on the train lines as early as 4 p.m.
First lady Michelle Obama and US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wave after a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, October 27, 2016. "You laugh. I'm not joking, he is temperamentally unfit to be commander-in-chief", Obama told cheering Clinton supporters in Florida . Franklin said though there may have been minor shifts in support for Clinton, it is not almost as large as the backlash Trump experienced after the release of a video in which he spoke ...