Republican candidate stakes out foreign policy ground by promising to confront China with muscular armed forces
At a Friday night press conference, the Republican presidential candidate talks taxes, Jeb Bush and Deflate-gate.
The Democratic candidate says she isn’t trying to scare off any current or potential opponents with her show of strength.
“I think it’s fair to say that we’ll probably win most of our delegates in the struggle state-by state,” Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says. Sanders, speaking from DNC Summer Meeting in Minneapolis, responds to question about Bloomberg Politics report that fellow contender Hillary Clinton has backing of ~20% of so-called superdelegates needed to secure party nomination NOTE: Superdelegates aren’t selected through state primary/caucus process; can change their support Sanders s
At the Democratic National Committee meeting in Minneapolis, random interviews reveal much enthusiasm for a Biden run, and a few reservations.
“If I were president, they would pay the price,” Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham says in interview on Bloomberg TV’s ‘With All Due Respect.’ The S.C. senator says he would declare China currency manipulators: “I think they intentionally manipulate the yuan” Graham also wants China to cease cyberattacks, intellectual property theft; says U.S. must address China’s island-building in South China Sea In contrast to comments by fellow GOP presidential candidates incl Marco Rubio, Sco
There are significant differences between the billionaire's political ascendancy and those of other flash in the pan candidates.
The former secretary of state has repeatedly argued that she used a private server to conduct government business out of "convenience."
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