Half of Republicans say they would reject a Clinton victory

Sunday, 23 Oct, 2016

Given the dramatic plot twists in the election show this year, Trump could still end up as Rocky. Indeed, Politico reported Friday that Clinton and Trump actually spoke warmly of each other in the presence of Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of NY, who had the honor of sitting between the two candidates.

Ten women have publicly accused Trump of unwanted advances or sexual assault in the weeks since a 2005 recording emerged in which the former reality TV star boasted about kissing women and groping their genitals without their consent. "The characteristic of the evening is self deprecating, humble humor, and that seems to be a tougher and tougher goal to achieve", Dolan said. "45", said Clinton, the first woman to be nominated for president by a major US political party.

"Win, lose or draw-and I'm nearly sure if the people come out, we're going to win-I will be happy with myself", he said. It showed that 63% of Americans, including a third of Republicans, believe the NY real estate mogul has committed sexual assault in the past, though the Republican presidential candidate has denied the recent accusations. And she wants to double up and triple up on ObamaCare, which has to be repealed and replaced. But his speech, which aides said would form the core of his closing argument to voters, underscored how the billionaire has gradually compiled a broad - if sometimes vague - policy portfolio that straddles conservative, isolationist and populist orthodoxies.

Trump himself offended Catholics during the campaign when he lashed out at Pope Francis after the pontiff criticized his plan to build a wall along the border with Mexico to keep immigrants out.

Asked point-blank by a debate moderator on Wednesday whether he would accept the election result if he lost, the reality television star shattered that consensus.

Garren also shrugged off Trump's lewd bragging about women, caught on the 2005 tape. She has maintained stable leads in states such as Pennsylvania, Virginia and Colorado, as well as a narrow edge in Florida and North Carolina.

Trump, 70, then told a rally crowd that he could launch a legal challenge if Clinton prevails. Not with Hillary. You know, the president told me to stop whining, but I really have to say, the media is even more biased this year than ever before - ever. "I want to earn your vote".

The envelope arrived late Friday afternoon. Police said initial tests showed the substance wasn't harmful, and Clinton spokesman Glen Caplin said four people who received a full medical examination reported no health issues and were released.

Trump's visit to the Western North Carolina Agricultural Center in Fletcher, N.C., marked the fourth day in a row a major-party candidate for president or vice president is campaigning in the key battleground state.