Donald Trump has confessed he has regrets from his career as a politician. He said he would ask Pentagon leaders to present a plan within 30 days to defeat and destroy the Islamic State group if he won the November 8 election. Clinton took the stage first, and, as Trump noted , called him out on his support of the Iraq invasion, which she also supported. Clinton has spent much of the summer trying to paint Trump as ill-prepared to be commander-in-chief and too unpredictable to ...
Do you know where your candidate's tax returns are? An additional 22.9% haven't decided yet. "This will require rethinking the failed policies of the past", he said. The most unpredictable element of Trump's strategy is the role of the generals. The forum in NY will allow both campaigns to shift their messages to national security, a major topic for voters given the threat of Islamist militants, China's military activities in the South China Sea, and nuclear-armed North Korea's ...
On the campaign trail Wednesday, Trump laid out several proposals created to update and upgrade America's military, including asking top US generals to present a plan to defeat and destroy ISIS within 30 days after he takes office. I have a substantial chance of winning. By virtue of a coin flip, Clinton took the stage first. The editorial lists her tenure as a senator and secretary of state as evidence of Clinton's governing success.
Earlier in the evening Trump will appear at the New York State Conservative Party's fall reception, according to his campaign schedule. He also accused the administration of President Barack Obama of lying about the nuclear agreement with Iran.
While on top of the woman, police say that the suspect also bit the woman on the arm. After witnesses pulled him off the victim, he fled on foot and later turned up on the bridge. The suspect ran east and jumped over the north bridge railing, landing on an external structure of the bridge. CHP units found the man in the far-left lane of eastbound I-80 traffic west of Treasure Island and used a public-address system to give commands, which the man ignored.
So, " I approve this message ", Stein joked to the Omaha crowd. No arrest has been made and if the charges include either vandalism or trespassing, it is not known if it will be determined a felony or misdemeanor offense. Stein allegedly spray painted the bulldozer at a protest over the Dakota Access Pipeline, a project that will transport crude oil 1,172 miles from North Dakota's Bakken oilfields to Patoka, Illinois.
By Aug. 26, Clinton was only leading by two points at 39.9 to 37.7. For the first time, Fox included a four-way presidential ballot with Johnson and Stein in its poll . (It also doesn't include the Rasmussen poll .) Some of the polls that help make up that average are more than a week old, so it's possible that they will also reflect a trend away from Hillary the next time they are updated.
Federal Bureau of Investigation interview reveals Clinton as incompetent and ignorant of classification process
The FBI director said the government found no direct evidence that Clinton's private server was hacked but said foreign government hackers were so sophisticated - and the server would be such a high-value target - that it was unlikely they would leave evidence of a break-in.
The agent's condition was described as stable, Dodson said , but the injured student's condition wasn't released. The injured student is at a nearby hospital. "That's ridiculous for someone to call in something like this when we've got this situation going on", Mr Dodson said. The dispatcher didn't immediately provide additional information, other than saying one of those being sought was a male.
An NBC News/SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll showed Trump leads Clinton by 19 points - 55 percent to 36 percent - among voters who are serving or have previously served in the USA military. He says he wasn't. "You have to go after that person". Trump said he was "totally against the war in Iraq " because he anxious it would destabilize the Middle East.
The pipeline, supporters say, is a better alternative to trucks and rails that would add thousands of construction jobs and millions in income and sales taxes. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw permits. Last weekend, tribal officials said crews bulldozed several sites of "significant cultural and historic value" in that area, which Texas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners denies.
But interviews Trump gave before and after the war prove that he was publicly supportive of the United States invasion of Iraq. Trump responded, "Yeah, I guess so". He's under a lot of pressure. The war began in March 2003. Trump was making his second visit to Northeast Ohio in four days. He insisted that he was just a "private citizen" back then so no one cared about his thoughts on Iraq, and he also went after "trigger-happy" Hillary Clinton by saying only one of them had access to ...
Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., in his pursuit of the 1964 Republican presidential nomination. While attending Washington University in St. Louis during World War Two, Schlafly worked the night shift at an ordnance plant, firing rifles and machine guns as an ammunition tester.
But as NPR's Susan Stamberg has reported , they were regarded as civilians. The WASPs paid for their own room and board during training. The military was not required to pay for funerals, or even just for remains to be sent home. But her family's request was initially denied when the gates of Arlington were closed to WASPs in 2015 because of a ruling that reversed the right for WASPs to be interred there.
Gregory said the death is thought to be a homicide, and after speaking with neighbors, Gregory believes the man was murdered by someone he knew. A family member said the man grew marijuana for some dispensaries. The senator's office confirmed his relationship with the victim and said, "his family would prefer privacy during this hard time". Bob Tester attended C.M.
Extradition authority was finalized in August and, on Monday, August 29, Federal Bureau of Investigation and PCSO personnel took custody of Mendez in Guatemala and escorted him back to the U.S. Before leaving Polk County, Mendez received a call from the victim's mother asking if he had abused her daughter, according to the Polk County Sheriff's Office.
Johnson said the proposals would not seek to sweep away state structures, saying this was a mistake committed following the US-led invasion of Iraq that would not be repeated. Carter told CNN's Christiane Amanpour Wednesday that Russian Federation will bear responsibility for Assad's actions Syria. "If what the Russians and the Americans agree upon is very much different from what the Syrians aspire to, then we shall not accept it".
The Trump campaign has called it more of a clerical error than anything else, but critics are pouncing at the timing: It came while Bondi was considering whether to join a multi-state investigation of Trump's real-estate program; she ultimately did not do so.
One of the entrances to Yellowstone National Park has been closed, because of a fire burning in neighboring Grand Teton National Park. Wildfire in California: A wildfire is visible from Leek's Marina on the shore of Jackson Lake, in north Grand Teton National Park, Wyo.
Asked about previous comments that he knows more about the Islamic State than "the generals", Trump replied that under Obama, American generals "have been reduced to rubble ". The candidates will face off for the first time on September 26 at Hofstra University. By virtue of a coin toss, Ms Clinton took the stage first.
I have no doubt that Notre Dame was ready for Texas, which is why the victory is even more impressive. The touchdown clinched Texas' first win over a top 10 opponent since 2008 and their first win in a season-opener since 1980. "There's no real timeline when you start to expect somebody to clear". So the big question now is how this impacts the outlook for Charlie Strong and Texas going forward both on the field and on the recruiting trail.
Safety officers in the school say they found a loaded.22-caliber gun inside his backpack. The student was taken into custody. It's not clear if the student arrested attends the school. A spokeswoman for the city Department of Education says the situation is "deeply troubling". But they won't be in school long before their first day off.
Now, several North Texas universities and community colleges are coming to the rescue of students left without a school. Officials at SPC said ITT Tech students could enrolled as soon as Monday for the current session, or by October 10 for the school's eight-week fall session.
He diverted to an assessment of President Obama's foreign policy . The United States now spends more than $600 billion a year on the military, more than the next seven countries combined. Clinton, according to opinion polls. Also on Wednesday, Clinton's campaign announced that 95 retired generals and admirals have endorsed her presidential bid, one day after a group of 88 retired generals and admirals signed an open letter backing Trump to reverse the "hollowing out" of the U.S.
She indicated that she believed her records were being preserved when she emailed other State Department officials at their government addresses. That particular email had been marked as classified at the confidential level, the lowest level of classification .
Climate change is expected to make storms like Hermine even more common in the North Atlantic. Tropical-storm warnings were in effect as far north as CT. Tyrrell County Sheriff Darryl Liverman said that high winds tipped over t. The Darien coast marine forecast says tropical storm conditions are possible with gusts up to 30 knots and seas up to 7 feet Sunday through Wednesday.
At the time , the state's attorney general was Greg Abbott, now Texas's governor. "The Foundation claimed on its tax returns that it engaged in no political activity and listed a different, permissible group as receiving the contribution", CREW's press release said .
Ohio State is 26-1 SU in its last 27 games. The Buckeyes travel to Oklahoma for a nationally televised contest under the lights. Meyer said Demario McCall is ahead of Antonio Williams on the depth chart at running back which is why Williams didn't play on Saturday.
A major college chain with campuses across the country, is no more. The options presented to the students. READ ITT TECH'S STATEMENT HERENorth Carolina's Durham campus is among those shutting down . ITT Technical institute is shutting down its locations nationwide including its Clovis campus . The school is holding special information sessions several times in September to provide more information.
After gaining access, they stole personal information and uploaded it to Twitter. In October 2015, it was revealed that a personal AOL email account associated with CIA Director John Brennan was hacked, as was an account linked to the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, sources told ABC News.
He said "joining hands" with Russian Federation was the solution to bringing the civil war to an end. "We have a natural base of support there". "And this is - it's just a mess". Journalist Mike Barnicle , who asked the Libertarian White House contender what he would do about the Aleppo crisis if elected, replied with an incredulous "you're kidding me", to Johnson's professed ignorance on the subject.
Signaling a shift on another major issue in the campaign, Trump said he'd be open to letting undocumented people who serve in the military gain legal status. Speaking to supporters in Philadelphia Mr Trump said his campaign against the barbaric terrorist cult would not only include "military warfare but also cyber-warfare, financial warfare and ideological warfare".
He found out he would be this team's starting quarterback while lying in a New Jersey cornfield hunting geese on Saturday. "This is just the beginning of the new normal for me", Wentz said after Wednesday's practice. "If he does, we've got to make him pay for it". As a result, when the NFL selected Philadelphia as the site for the 2017 NFL Draft, a year in which the Eagles do not have a first-round pick, fans felt very bad .
House Republicans have accused Clinton of lying to Congress when she testified late a year ago that she never sent or received emails marked classified at the time, and they want federal authorities to open a criminal investigation into the matter.
Clinton recalls male students telling her and the other women in the class to quit, and making them feel as if they might "steal" spots from the men. According to Clinton, they yelled things like "You don't need to be here" and "there's plenty else you can do".