Trump to propose deduction on childcare spending: aide

Cheryl Sanders
August 9, 2016

In an interview on CBS's "Face the Nation", Sen.

The poll said 64 percent of voters say Clinton has not been honest about the email use, up from 52 percent last October. I think he really believes that Donald Trump is appealing to some of the worst elements in the electorate, which are antithetical to everything he's tried to work on, to who he is as a politician.

That's not to say Clinton won't win in an electoral college landslide. "So, yes, it is possible". "A Trump Administration will end this war on the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast new wealth to our country", said Trump. We get to blame the press, too! "I think it's really, really hard".

Ghazala and Khizr Khan honoring their fallen son Humayun, a U.S. Army captain, at the Democratic National Convention. Meanwhile, 61 percent said Clinton is "temperamentally suited for the Oval Office". "You can't go on and expect that you're going to be president of the United States when you make statements like that". His promise to eliminate the estate tax is receiving criticism online, as many see this policy has merely self-beneficial, but his proposals to lower taxes and reduce regulation are in-line with most conservative talking points.


Flake's comments were echoed by Ohio Republican Gov. Trump gets a 16.8% chance.

"He's going to win parts of OH, where people are really hurting".

Kasich has not endorsed Trump, and he skipped the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Voters in the poll agreed on little as strongly as their revulsion over Trump's attacks on the family. Three in 10 say they would feel comfortable if he were to become president. But how far is this idea going to spread? "She is a joke!" "He knows what he needs to do", Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign manager, told Fox News on Sunday.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who lost the Republican nomination to Trump, has not endorsed the billionaire and skipped the party's convention in Cleveland, said Trump faces a hard climb in a state that's a must-win for Republican presidential candidates.


Trump's populist economic message includes a vow to revive manufacturing jobs and renegotiate trade deals to benefit American workers. She only runs evenly with Trump in trust to handle two key issues, the economy and terrorism.

This won't be the first time Trump lays out his economic vision.

But much can still change with 91 days until the election.

"Hillary and I have been on the road this week". How many different people does he want to fight against?


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