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Friday, September 30, 2016

Poll Trump vs Clinton 30 September 2016

Many people have been asking how the recent presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has affected the polling data in the race to the White House. It is a bit soon to ascertain that completely, however the latest polling shows that Hillary Clinton has at least maintained her lead over the republican contender.

RealClearPolitics Average (September 15-29 )

Hillary Clinton  47.3%
Donald Trump  44.4%

Most commentators agreed that despite a good start, Trump faded badly after about 30 minutes of the debate leading Clinton to emerge victorious. It is unclear if it will be enough for her to shake the businessman who had been closing the gap in recent weeks, especially in key swing states.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Photos Train Accident New Jersey September 29 2016



A very serious incident has occured in New Jersey, United States, with a train crashing into a station at high speed. It is being treated as a major incident, with at least 3 dead and over 100 injured.

The cause of the crash is still not known, there are reportedly people trapped and rescue workers are on the scene. Preliminary reports suggest it may have been caused by mechanic failure, here are some of the most shocking photos from the event.














Poll Trump vs Clinton September 29 2016





So we have had the first debate, Trump vs Clinton, a blockbuster showdown that attracted 100 million viewers, making it the most viewed in history.

Most people believe that Hillary Clinton emerged triumphant as Trump seemed to melt down about 30 minutes into the debate, having been the stronger during the first section.

According to the latest poll data the race remains a close run affair, although it is not clear how much Monday`s debate will affect the numbers.

RealClearPolitics Average

Hillary Clinton    46.7%
Donald Trump    44.4%

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Video Alfred Olango Police Shooting San Diego September 2016


A man  was shot by El Cajon Police after police claim he was behaving “erratically” and failed to comply with orders. Witness accounts, from alleging officers confiscated cellphones from people in the area to the victim being shot with his hands up, are being disputed by police.
UPDATE: The man has been identified as Alfred Olango.

Monday, September 26, 2016

First Debate Clinton Trump Transcript 2016





The first presidential debate took place today Monday September 26 between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. 

As expected it was a tense affair with both candidates looking to gain the upper hand. The written transcript will be available in a few minutes and will be posted here. 

Rating First Debate Trump Clinton September 26 2016



A total of more than 100 million people tuned in to view the first presidential debate that took place today Monday 26 September.

This makes it the must viewed presidential debate in american history, broadcast on a whole host of networks and also online via Facebook and Twitter.

The event which took place at Hofstra University in New York had been keenly anticipated for months and certainly did not disappoint, with the candidates clashing on a number of key issues, including the economy and foreign policy.

As would be expected, there are a multiplicity of views on who won the debate, with some thinking Trump was triumphant and others Hillary Clinton.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Presidential Polls Colorado September 2016 Trump vs Clinton





Colorado is considered one of the key swing states in this year`s presidential election. In 2008 Obama won the state with a 9 point margin, this was reduced to 5.4 points in 2012.

According to the RealClearPolitics running average, Clinton leads by 3.7%, this signals a reduction in her lead from prior weeks, largely due to an Emerson poll which showed Trump winning by 4 points.

RealClearPolitics Average (9 August-13 September)

Hillary Clinton  42.7%
Donald Trump  39.0%

As recently as the end of August this average showed Clinton up by more than 11 points, so there seems to be little doubt that the race is tightening here.

Colorado is certainly a state that Trump would hope to win in order to boost his chances of victory on November 8.

Presidential Debate Trump vs Clinton Live Stream September 26 2016





In a campaign marked by scandals, terrorism, riots and more, it is now time to focus our attention on the presidential debates. Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will go face to face with entrepreneur turned politician Donald Trump on Monday September 26.

The debate will no doubt garner a massive amount of attention and reportedly is expected to draw record numbers of viewers, maybe in excess of 100 million in the United States.

Many people are anticipating an entertaining mix up, mainly due to the unpredictability of Trump, who usually says whatever is on his mind and ignores political correctness totally.

The debate beings at 9pm ET and will last approximately 90 minutes.

Presidential Debate Time September 26 2016 California





With less than a week left until the first presidential debate takes place between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, nerves are being frayed.

It has been reported by The Washington Times that Hillary Clinton is preparing obsessively for the debates, pouring over politicy papers and readying herself for anything that the boisterous businessman can throw her way.

Trump on the other hand is reportedly taking a more relaxed approach, meeting informally with his advisors for Sunday lunch where they chat over possible attacks that he can land on Clinton.

The debate is scheduled to being at 9pm ET, this will make it 6pm in California.

Lester Holt from NBC will moderate this first debate, which over 100 million Americans are expected to watch.

Where Can I watch the Presidential Debate Online September 26 2016





The presidential debate is being anticipated with bated breath in the United States and indeed, all over the world. The total number of Americans expected to tune in, via television and online could top 100 million, making it the most viewed in history.

Despite the fact that both candidates have high unfavorable ratings with Hillary Clinton, representing the establishment, at a time when many people are disenfranchised with the political system. Donald Trump definitely does not represented the establishment, however, due to his controversial statements about illegal and muslim immigration, many people have branded him a "racist" and "dangerous".

The contrast in styles is evident, Donald Trump is unpredictable and a maverick, Hillary Clinton on the other hand is more controlled and takes less risks.

The debate will be broadcast on most major news networks as well as online, it beings at 9pm ET on Monday September 26. Don`t miss it!

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 23 2016





With less than 2 months left until the election, polls are beginning to tighten, especially in certain swing states.

Such a close race, which seemed unlikely just a few months ago, means that the debate could be of massive importance. This will take place on Monday September 26 and is being awaited with massive anticipation in the United States and around the world.

Certain polls have emerged that show Trump leading in Iowa and Ohio and pretty much tied with Clinton in North Carolina and Florida.

The latest average of national polling is as follows (RealClearPolitics)

Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump

Thursday, September 22, 2016

At what Time does the First Debate Trump vs Clinton Begin





The first highly anticipated presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is scheduled to take place on Monday September 26 at Hosfra University, New York.

Beginning at 9pm ET, the event is expected to draw near record numbers of viewers, due in large part to the unpredictable nature of Trump, rarely if ever in modern times have we seen such a candidate.

Lester Holt from NBC will moderate the first debate which will last 90 minutes divided in six 15 minute segments with questions posed by Holt.

Trump has suggested that the debates will be rigged against him, "it`s a phony system, they are all democrats (referring to the moderators), it`s a very unfair system"

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 22 2016





Polls have showed for the last few months, a decisive lead for democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump only led consistently in the polls following the RNC.

However it is the point in the race when the polls start to tighten and this year it has indeed been the case again, Clinton`s lead has shortened to only 1.1%.

RealClearPolitics Average (September 8-20)

Hillary Clinton  45.0%
Donald Trump  43.9%

Donald Trump has begun to make significant gains in key swing states like Florida and Ohio, places he will almost certainly have to win if he wants to have a chance at winning on November 8.

Ohio RealClearPolitics Average

Donald Trump   45%
Hillary Clinton   43.8%

Florida RealClearPolitics Average

Hillary Clinton   45%
Donald Trump   45%

Watch First Debate Trump Clinton Live Online September 26 2016





The first presidential debate takes place on September 26 and will be televised on many networks and even facebook.

Hillary Clinton is reported to be meticulously preparing for the first event, practicing with 2 different types of Trump, one more measured and composed and the other more erratic and boisterous. Trump meanwhile has reportedly been taking a more cavalier approach apparently engaging in very little preparation in order to sound more unscripted and authentic.

The debate will be on three topics, which may change depending on major news developments, they will be "America`s Direction", "achieving prosperity" and "securing America". These were selected by Lester Holt, NBC News presenter and moderator for this first debate.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Video Keith Lamont Scott Shooting : North Carolina



At least 12 officers were injured on Tuesday night after a black man in Charlotte, North Carolina was shot dead by police. This sparked angry protests with hundreds of people taking to the streets chanting slogans such as "no justice, no peace" and "hands up don`t shoot".

Keith Lamont Scott, a 43 year old African American man, was armed, according to the police, although his family dispute this and say that he merely had a book. The officer that shot Scott, was also african american.

See the video here


Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 21 2016

It has hitherto without doubt been a very turbulent presidential campaign. Donald Trump led an insurgency in the republican party that shocked many of the pundits, winning the primaries against all the odds. On the democrat side there was also an insurgency in the form of Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders, a senator from Vermont, although this of course ultimately proved unsuccessful and Clinton triumphed.

So now it will be Trump vs Clinton and come November 8 one of them will be granted a mandate to govern the United States by the voters.

According to the running average on the site RealClearPolitics Clinton is currently leading her republican opponent by 1.3%

RealClearPolitics Average

Hillary Clinton   45.3%
Donald Trump  44.0%

Iowa Polls Trump vs Clinton September 2016

According to new polls Donald Trump is making serious inroads in Iowa, long considered one of the most volatile swing states in the country, Hillary Clinton boasted a lead of 5% here just a few months ago, however a new poll has the real estate mogul 8 points ahead.

Trump appears to be gaining great support among white voters in the state especially among the working class. Iowa is 92% white and many seem to have become disillusioned with the direction the country is taking and so have opted for a change. President Obama had 2 relatively comfortable wins here in 2008 and 2012 after 2 very close elections in 2000 and 2004.

There are a mere 6 electoral college votes available in the state, which would only make a difference in the case of a very tight race. Many commentators believe that winning here is much more important for Trump, as his path to victory is much more difficult than Clinton`s.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Video Explosion in New York September 2016




An explosion in Manhattan on Saturday evening has been called an "intentional act" by New York Mayor Joe di Blasio, however he said that there was yet no connection to terrorism. A total of 29 people were injured, 1 of them seriously.

Republican candidate Donald Trump as he began giving a speech at an event in Colorado said that "A bomb just went off in New York".

This latest incident came on the same day that a pipe bomb had exploded in New Jersey along the planned route of a Marine Charity Race. It is not yet clear if the two events are connected.

A video has been circulating along of the alleged moment of the explosion.


Sunday, September 18, 2016

Poll Trump Clinton North Carolina September 2016

North Carolina is considered one of the battleground states for this election and it is not hard to see why. In 2008 President Obama triumphed in the state by a mere 0.3% and in 2012 Republican Romney won by just 2.0%.

Being such a tightly contested state it will come as no suprise that this time around the race is once again close, when the average of the latest polls are taken into account, it appears to almost be a tie in the state.

RealClearPolitics Average for North Carolina (August 27-September 12)

Hillary Clinton   42.8%
Donald Trump   42.2%
Gary Johnson    7.2%

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 19 2016

It has not been a good week for the Clinton campaign to say the least. After suffering from repeated coughing fits which were attributed to allergies, the former First Lady was seen practically collapsing as she left an event to honour the victims of 9/11.

Concerns over Clinton`s health had long been branded the stuff of ring wing conspiracy theorists, however following a video that was leaked of the Democratic candidate losing her ballance and having to be helped into a van has forced mainstream news outlets to admit that her health is a legimate campaign issue.

In addition to these setbacks, Trump also appears to be closing the gap in national polls, RealClearPolitics has her advantage down to just 1.5 points.

RealClearPolitics Average (August 26- September 15)

Hillary Clinton  45.7%
Donald Trump  44.2%

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Poll Ohio Trump vs Clinton September 2016





Ohio is known as one of the key swing states in the presidential elections.It is one of the states that Donald Trump will probably need to win in order to triumph in this year`s presidential election.

As recently as the end of august polls were showing Clinton with a 5 point lead in the state, however this has changed in recent days. In a two way race between Clinton and Trump in the state, the Republican Candidate now boasts a 1 point lead averaging polls taken from August 25- September 14.

RealClearPolitics Average (August 25-September 14)

Donald Trump   44.7%
Hillary Clinton   43.7%

In a 4 way race with Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Trump still maintains his lead over Clinton

RealClearPolitics Average (August 25-September 14)

Donald Trump   42.5%
Hillary Clinton   40.8%
Gary Johnson     8.8%
Jill Stein             2.3%

Poll Trump vs Clinton Today September 17 2016

The presidential race, one of the most exciting in many years, appears to be tightening, as Hillary Clinton`s lead over republican candidate Donald Trump has shortened to a mere 2 points.

A new poll released by CBS News/New York Times shows Clinton on 46% with Trump on 44%.

In a four way race between Clinton, Trump, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein then Clinton and Trump are tied on 42% each among likely voters.

This new poll comes as the Clinton campaign has fallen into disarray after a video emerged on Sunday of the democratic candidate collapsing as she left the event for the ceremony to the victims of September 11. In addition to this Trump also appears to be surging in the key swing states of Florida and Ohio.

The poll was undertaken between 9-13 September of 1,753 adults nationwide, including 1,433 registered voters with a margin of error of 3 percentage points.

Poll Florida Trump vs Clinton September 2016





One of the key battleground states, or swing states, in every election is Florida.

Many commentators believe that it is key that Donald Trump triumphs in this state in order to have an opportunity to be victorious in this year`s race.

Hillary Clinton has had a lead here for the last few months, however in recent weeks Trump appeared to be closing and now indeed, according to the RealClearPolitics average (August 19- September 12) shows the real estate mogul with a slender lead.

RealClearPolitics Average

Donald Trump  45.1%
Hillary Clinton  44.4%

This comes on the back of the two polls showing Trump with a 4 point lead in the state.

CNN/ORC (September 7-12) Sample 788 Likely Voters, Margin of Error 3.5%

Donald Trump  50%
Hillary Clinton  46%

JMC Analytics (September 7-8) Sample 781 Likely Voters, Margin of Error 3.5%

Donald Trump  46%
Hillary Clinton  42%

Friday, September 16, 2016

Donald Trump on The Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon ( Video )



Donald Trump made an appearance this week on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to chat politics, polls and media.



There was also a light hearted moment when the Republican candidate allowed Jimmy to mess us his famous hair, provoking laughter from the public.

Hillary Clinton Full Medical Records Photos




Hillary Clinton`s campaign has released new medical records in an apparent attempt to quell speculation over the Democratic Candidates Health. Her doctor said that she had been suffering from a mild and non-contagious form of pneumonia but is fit enough to serve as president of the United States.

In the statement is says that she was treated with an antibiotic called Levaquin, prescribed for a duration of 10 days. Clinton`s doctor stressed that she is "healthy and fit to serve as president of the United States. Adding that all her physical tests were "normal" and that she is in "excellent medical condition".

This information is unlikely to convince many people who believe that the former First Lady is suffering from a very serious illness.

Is Donald Trump Racist against Mexicans ?

Many people have accused Donald Trump of being a racist during this campaign cycle, due in large part to his comments about illegal immigration and muslims.

Upon launching his campaign at Trump Tower he said the following “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bring crime. They’re rapists… And some, I assume, are good people.”

He also called for a "total shutdown of muslims entering the United States" something which provoced fury in many sections of the media.

Here are a few of his more controversial comments




What do you think? Is Donald Trump a racist? or merely being politically incorrect?

What did Hillary Clinton say About Trump Supporters ?




Just a few days ago Hillary Clinton said that Donald Trump supporters fit into a "basket of deplorables" with led to #BasketofDeplorables to be trending on Twitter.

The democratic candidate did not let up, saying “You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right?” she said to applause and laughter. “The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it. And unfortunately there are people like that. And he has lifted them up".

Trump struck back in characteristic fashion, using his twitter to say the following “Wow, Hillary Clinton was SO INSULTING to my supporters, millions of amazing, hard working people. I think it will cost her at the polls!”

Clinton later offered an apology, saying that she was "grossly generalistic" and that is "never a good idea".

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Hillary Clinton Possible Replacement September 2016




Following the Hillary Clinton health scare at the 9/11 memorial service many people are questioning if the former First Lady and Secretary of State is up to the job of being president of the United States, with some even suggesting that she may be replaced and that the democrats are lining up possible other candidates.

Sources cited by The Express Newspaper have claimed that democrats are meeting in secret in order to consider other options, should Clinton not be up to the job.

Following the release of footage of Clinton apparently not being able to stand and having to be helped into a van by secret service agents the MSM has been forced to admit that the state of Clinton`s health is no longer merely a conspiracy theory but rather a real concern.

Will Hilllary Clinton Drop out of the Race? September 2016





The shocking video of Hillary Clinton almost fainting as she left the 9/11 memorial sent the internet into meltdown on Sunday, with many taking to Twitter and Facebook to call into question whether or not the former First Lady is up to the job of being president of the United States.

Clinton left the event after reportedly feeling "unwell" and her campaign later said she had been "overheated", before her Doctor later stated that after suffering from allergies last week during an examination she had been diagnosed with Pneumonia and put on a course of antibiotics.

Donald Trump, who has repeatedly questioned the health and stamina of his opponent, has remained largely silent on the issue, while AP has reported that Clinton has canceled various events over the next two days.

Clinton is Winning September 2016





As the presidential campaign continues to progress towards it`s conclusion with voting that will take place on November 8, both sides are becoming increasingly desperate to sway undecided voters, especially in key swing states.

Donald Trump has recently begun to reach out to the African American community repeatedly saying "What do you have to lose?", referring to the high crime rates and economic depression within the inner cities.

Clinton then went on the counter attack, claiming that a certain proportion of Trump voters were "deplorables" and "racists, sexists, homophobes, islamophobes, you name it", although she later apologized for the remarks.

Added to this, are now legitimate concerns about the Democrat Candidate`s health, after having left the 9/11 memorial service after feeling "unwell", a video later released showed her barely able to stand and being helped into a waiting van by a number of secret service agents.

The latest RealClearPolitics average (polls conducted between August 26- September 11)

Hillary Clinton  45.9%
Donald Trump  42.9%

Monday, September 12, 2016

What would Happen if Donald Trump Became President ?





 Nobody has a crystal ball to know exactly what would happen should Donald Trump be victorious in the presidential election this November 8, however, the following are some of his policies, should be become president.

Build a wall on the southern border with Mexico

Trump has affirmed that if be becomes President of the United States he will build "A great wall" on the border with Mexico in order to stop the illegal movement of people and drugs.

Deport illegal immigrants

Trump`s policy has been to deport everybody who is illegally in the country, however, in a recent speech in Arizona he did seem to soften his stance somewhat, emphasizing that his priority would be to deport criminals illegal immigrants, who would be gone "in the first hour" of his presidency.

Bring back jobs from other countries

Trump plans to put pressure on other countries to renegotiate trade deals that he claims have hurt the United States. He wants to bring back manufacturing jobs from China and Mexico in order to strengthen the economy.

What is Donald Trumps Military Policy?





Donald Trump has declared that if elected, he would massively increase defense spending and give the army generals 30 days to develop a plan to defeat and destroy ISIS.

The Republican candidate has built his campaign in large part on security issues, affirming that he is the only one who can keep Americans safe from threats both external and internal.

Trump has railed against America`s Nato allies for not "paying their way" in the bloc, noting that only 5 countries spend the required 2% of GDP on defense. He insists that he will make countries like Germany and Japan "pay their fair share" in exchange for the continued protection of the United States.

He opposed the Iraq war and intervening to topple Bashar al Asaad in Syria but at the same time has repeatedly said he would "knock the hell out of ISIS".

The businessman has also frequently praised Vladimir Putin, saying recently that the current Russian leader is "Better than Obama". This has caused some to say that Putin and Trump have some kind of agreement, which Trump has vehemently denied.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Hillary Clinton Almost Faints During 9/11 Memorial : September 11 2016



On Sunday morning Hillary Clinton has again shown evidence of ill health, having to leave the memorial for the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks after feeling unwell.

Although spokespeople for Clinton´s campaign once again tried to minimize the event, witnesses declared that the Ex First Lady looked very unwell and was almost even fell to the ground while she was being whisked away into a waiting van, losing a shoe in the process.




Saturday, September 10, 2016

Donald Trump is Winning September 2016





For the first time since July a poll has been published which shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton, albeit by only 1 point.

According to the survey, which was conducted between August 26 and September 1 by Reuters ,Trump is at 40% compared to Clinton on 39%, whereas 20% didn`t wish to vote for either of the candidates. When asked to decide between 4 candidates, including Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Jill Stein, Trump and Clinton were tied on 39%.

To put this in comparison, one poll during August had Clinton 12% ahead, so Trump appears to be heading in the right direction and closing the gap.

Trump was leading for a brief period at the end of July after apparently benefiting from a "bounce" following the RNC in Cleveland, Ohio. However with the beginning of the DNC, Clinton swiftly retook the lead once more.

In the case of republican voters, 78% opted for Trump in the poll.

Hillary Clinton Insults Donald Trump Voters





Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton appears to be ratcheting up the campaign rhetoric in order to grab some of the publicity from controversial businessman turned Politician and republican candidate for president, Donald Trump.

She went on the attack on Saturday putting Donald Trump`s voters into what she branded two "grossly generalistic" categories. Those in the "basket of deplorables" and others who feel the government has let them down.

She continued her attack, claiming that half of Trump`s supporters are "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic — you name it,"

The real estate mogul, who has used social media to great effect during the campaign swiftly went on the counter attack, putting out the following tweet.

"Wow, Hillary Clinton was SO INSULTING to my supporters, millions of amazing, hard working people. I think it will cost her at the Polls!"

How is Trump doing in the Polls September 2016





A quick glance at the polls over the course of the last few weeks would tend to indicate that Donald Trump is decidedly behind in the presidential race. However, during the last few days, as is usual at this stage of a race, the gap has closed significantly, leaving him a mere 1 or 2 points behind democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

RealClearPolitics Average

Hillary Clinton  45.6%
Donald Trump  42.9%


Many observers have noted that in past elections the candidate that was winning at this stage has gone on to lose the race. Whether that will be the case this time remains to be seen, but with these new polls showing a possible tight race, it is certainly far from over.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 10 2016


It seems like an age ago that the presidential campaign began with both the Republican and Democrat primaries, however we are now approaching the end of this long process, just 2 months remain until voters go to the polls to decide who will become the most powerful human on earth.

It is safe to say that this has been one of the most polarizing campaigns in recent history, with both candidates having a very high disapproval rating. Trump having has a definite core number of supporters who are very enthusiastic, he has been able to fill stadiums full of 20-30 thousand supporters, whereas the support for Clinton has been more tepid, people mainly are supporting her due to their hatred for Trump.

With the battle lines drawn and the campaign reaching fever pitch, the polls appear to be tightening. Clinton had been leading by a significant margin for most of the last few months, but now polls appear to show her only 1-2% ahead of Trump.

Latest Polls show the race is tightening.

LA Times/USC Tracking (September 2-8), Sample Size 2653 Likely voters, Margin of Error 4.5%

Hillary Clinton  45%
Donald Trump  44%

Economist/YouGov (September 4-6), Sample Size 955 Registered voters, Margin of Error 4.7%

Hillary Clinton  44%
Donald Trump  42%

Donald Trump Interview O`Reilly Factor 6 September 2016



Donald Trump recently gave an interview to Bill O`reilly on Fox News where he sounded very upbeat about his chances and the state of his campaign.

Upon analyzing a recent CNN poll that has Trump ahead by one point, O`reilly noticed that Trump`s support is divided along gender and racial lines.

Watch the full interview below.


Poll Trump vs Clinton September 9 2016





Donald Trump continues to close the gap with Hillary Clinton, according to the RealClearPolitics average, he is now just 2.8% behind.

RealClearPolitics Average 

Hillary Clinton   45.6%
Donald Trump   42.8%

Usually at this stage in a presidential race, the numbers start to tighten, so it is to be expected that the race will end up being closer than some of the polls have suggested.

Although Clinton has been leading in most polls, some people have questioned the veracity of the methods used, as some samples have been +15 democrat, which gives a skewed vision of the support of both candidates they claim.

One of the vital aspects of this election campaign may well be the debates, with record numbers expected to tune in. The first debate will take place on September 26.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Vice Presidential Debate Pence vs Kaine Date and Time





In addition to three presidential debates that are scheduled to take place between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, there will also be a debate between the Vice presidential candidates, Mike Pence and Tim Kaine on Tuesday October 4 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

The debate will be divided into nine 10 minute segments and thus will last a total of 90 minutes.

Each segment will begin with a question posed by the moderator and both candidates will have 2 minutes to respond and the rest of the 10 minute period will be used for a debate of the topic.

It will be the only debate between the vice presidential candidates this time round, so it will be the only chance for undecided voters to see if they are swayed by what they see.

Where Can I watch the Presidential Debate Trump vs Clinton ?




Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are already preparing their strategies for the upcoming presidential debates. They are being seen as very important in this year`s race and due to Trump`s charisma and controversial nature are sure to attract huge numbers of viewers.

Trump had at first expressed doubt about whether or not he would participate in all 3 debates, citing the fact that some dates coincide with NFL games and then casting further doubt after criticizing some of the choices for moderators.

However he now affirmed his commitment to attend all three debates, saying to the press that only "Hurricanes and natural disasters" could change his mind.

The first debate will take place September 26 at Hofstra University in New York and will be moderated by Lester Holt from NBC.

Clinton has long since been leading in the polls, however recently it appears that Trump may be closing the gap somewhat, making the debates of utmost importance in the race to the White House.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 8 2016





A new poll out, conducted by LA times/USC shows Trump and Clinton tied on 44 points.

Poll LA Times/USC, 2605 likely voters, Margin of Error 4.5%.

Hillary Clinton   44%
Donald Trump   44%

Most recent polls have seen Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump, in fact the RealClearPolitics Average shows Clinton leading by 3.3%, although just a few weeks ago he was down by about 6 points in this average, so he appears to be moving in the right direction.

RealClearPolitics Average (Last 9 polls conducted between August 25- September 5)

Hillary Clinton  46.2%
Donald Trump  42.9%

Usually this is the time when the race begins to get closer, so we could expect to see these numbers tightening in the next month or so, depending on what occurs within the campaign.

Percentage of Black Vote for Donald Trump





It is no secret that following the RNC Republican Candidate Donald Trump has been suffering in the polls, with the majority showing him various points adrift of Democrat Hillary Clinton.

The Republican candidate thus appears to be changing tactics and going after minority votes, especially in the African American demographic. It is without doubt a very difficult task according to Gallop Mitt Romney only gained 5% of the black vote compared to Barack Obama in 2012, in 2008 John Mccain only polled at 1% compared to 99% for Obama, whereas in 2004 George Bush did slightly better, gaining 7% in this Demographic.

According to some polls and news outlets Trump is polling between just 1-2% of the black voter, whereas others put him at as much as 8%. It is unclear if his recent outreach to the black community has shifted these numbers in any big way.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 7 2016





A new poll out today conducted by CNN/ORC shows Donald Trump with a slight lead over Hillary Clinton. The poll which comprised of 786 likely voters show Donald Trump on 49% compared to 48% for Clinton, a lead of one point.

CNN/ORC Poll (September 1-4) Margin of Error 3.5%

Donald Trump  49%
Hillary Clinton  48%

This poll marks a difference between recent polls, which have shown Clinton leading, in fact according to the RealClearPolitics Average, which takes into account the last 9 reliable polls Clinton still leads by 3.3%.

RealClearPolitics Average (August 25- September 4)

Hillary Clinton   46.2%
Donald Trump   42.9%

Video of Hillary Clinton Coughing Cleveland Ohio


More questions have been raised over the health of Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton after a Labor Day speech when she descended into an intense coughing fit at a campaign event in Cleveland, Ohio.



Other videos and photos within the last few months appear to show Hillary Clinton a bit worse for wear, being helped up stairs and with her head making strange jerking movements.

Some have even alleged that the former First Lady and Secretary of State may be suffering from the first stages of Parkinson`s Disease.

Another theory is that Clinton is suffering the after effects of a fall in 2012, which lead to a concussion and blot clot, which can often cause long lasting effects.

However spokespeople for the Clinton campaign have maintained that she is in good health.

Video Donald Trump African American Church

Donald Trump has recently changed his tactics somewhat, specifically trying to attract more African Americans to vote for him in the upcoming election.

In recent decades African Americans have voted in overwhelming numbers for the democratic party, for example in the 2012 election 95% voted for Obama, compared to just 5% for Romney.

Republicans have long since been trying to find a way to obtain more votes from ethnic minorities but hitherto they have not had much success, so Trump`s visit to Great Faith Ministries Church in Detroit is his way of reaching out to this demographic.

Trump received a warm welcome from within the church, however many others criticized the visit, a group of protestors gathered outside to oppose the republican candidates appearance in the area chanting slogans such as "No Trump, Go home Trump" while others carried signs that read "No white supremacy in the White House".

Chicago Murder Rate September 2016






Shootings and homicides in the city of Chicago have massively escalated during 2016 compared to the previous year. Many are attributing this to the so called "Ferguson effect" which suggests that due to increased scrutiny of the police following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, police have been more cautious to use force to deter crime, thus leading to an increase in the murder rate in certain areas.

Chicago has been in the news for a number of years due to its high murder and gun crime rates, however this had been slowly decreasing until the last few years. According to the Chicago Tribune, which catalogues shootings and murders in the city, last year there were a total of 490 homicides, however this year there have already been a total of 464, with 4 months still left, a substantial increase.

A total of 2,988 people were shot in the city last year compared to 2,808 so far this year. So far in August there have been 65 homicides (As of August 28). UPDATE : A total of 92 homicides were recorded in August, making it the most deadly month in 20 years in the city.

Donald Trump Immigration Comments September 2016





Donald Trump continues to create controversy in the United States and around the world for his hard line stance on illegal immigration in the world`s most powerful nation.

Trump surprised many with a brief visit to Mexico this week to meet with the president of that country, Enrique PeƱa Nieto, he seemed to strike somewhat of a conciliatory tone during the press conference there before returning to the US and giving a tough speech on immigration that very evening in Arizona.

Trump promised to hire more border enforcement agents and that the wall he plans to build would be complete with towers and above and below ground sensors.

The republican candidate insisted that his first priority as president would be to track down and deport illegal immigrants who have committed crimes within the country, stating that "within the first hour" of his presidency they would be gone.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Election Results in Germany September 2016





Angela Merkel has suffered a humiliating defeat in her home state at the hands of AfD, a relatively new anti immigration party that has been stiffly growing in popularity.

Following the victory, the leader of the AfD Frauke Petry struck a triumphant tone, saying "This is a slap in the face for Merkel - not only in Berlin but also in her home state. The voters made a clear statement against Merkel's disastrous immigration policies. This put her in her place.".

Merkel and her party have begun to suffer a backlash on her immigration policies, especially following the events in Cologne on New Years Eve when hundreds of women were subjected to sexual assault, largely at the hands of migrants, in addition to recent terrorist incidents.

Alternative for Deutschland Party (AfD) secured 21% of the vote, compared to 19.2% for Merkel`s CDU party in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Poll Trump vs Clinton September 6 2016





New polling data would appear to indicate that Donald Trump has managed to chip into Hillary Clinton`s lead slightly.

A few weeks ago the RealClearPolitics Average had her 6 points in front, whereas today that lead has shrunk to just 3.9 points.

RealClearPolitics Average (August 22- September 2)

Hillary Clinton  46.0%
Donald Trump  42.1%

Many Trump critics have pointed to his inability to exceed 42-43% in the polls, suggesting that this may be his ceiling. The businessman was briefing leading in opinion polls following the RNC, however this bump quickly evaporated and Clinton once again retook the lead.

The first presidential debate will take place on September 26 and with many people still undecided, it could prove to be a decisive moment in the campaign.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Latest Polls in Pennsylvania September 2016





A new poll out from the state of Pennsylvania shows that Hillary Clinton has a 7 point lead in the key state.

Trump has invested a lot of resources and has constantly said that he believes he can win there, Pennsylvania has not been won by the Republicans for the last 20 years.

The survey of likely voters conducted by The Franklin and Marshall College shows Clinton on 47% with Trump on 40%.

In the case of a four person contest, Clinton`s lead shrinks to just 3%, with the ex First Lady on 41% compared to 38% for Trump, Libertarian Gary Johnson on 7% and Green Party Jill Stein at on 2%. An interesting fact is that 13% of voters remain undecided at this late stage, meaning that the presidential debates could have an effect on which way the state votes.

There is a clear gender divide between Clinton and Trump`s supporters, Trump leads among white men by 41-38 whereas Clinton leads among white women 45-38.

Which Channel Transmits the First Presidential Debate Trump vs Clinton





Without doubt one of the most highly anticipated moments in any presidential campaign are the debates.

This year the debates are expected to attract record numbers of viewers due mainly to controversial businessman Donald Trump, who has ruffled more than than a few feathers with his statements about illegal immigration and islamic terrorism.

The first debate will take place September 26 and will be televised on all the major networks.

The format that the debate will take will be six 15 minute sections with subjects chosen by the moderator, therefore the total duration of the debate will be 90 minutes.

The debate will take place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.