Clinton campaign hits Trump for seeing Brexit as boon to his business
By John Whitesides and Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign accused Donald Trump on Sunday of caring more about how Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union would benefit his financial bottom line than how it would impact the U.S. economy. Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook acknowledged parallels between the populist anger and anti-establishment fervor that fueled the Brexit vote and Trump's rise to the nomination, but said the Republican candidate's reaction showed he was not fit to occupy the White House.
Sun, 26 Jun 2016 14:07:10 -0400
U.S. Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court is due on Monday to issue its first major abortion ruling since 2007 against a backdrop of unremitting divisions among Americans on the issue and a decades-long decline in the rate at which women terminate pregnancies. The court's decision on whether a Republican-backed 2013 Texas law placed an undue burden on women exercising their constitutional right to abortion is one of three remaining cases for the court to decide on Monday, the last day of its term. The last time the justices decided a major abortion case was nine years ago when they ruled 5-4 to uphold a federal law banning a late-term abortion procedure.
Sun, 26 Jun 2016 08:03:20 -0400
Brexit crisis tops off rough stretch in Obama's push for legacy
By Roberta Rampton SEATTLE (Reuters) - The financial and political fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union has added to a string of setbacks for President Barack Obama as he works to burnish his legacy before his presidency ends in January 2017. The Brexit decision came after a deadlock in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday effectively ended Obama's push to overhaul immigration rules, and the week after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. For Obama, the reversals heighten pressure on him and fellow Democrats to work harder for the Nov. 8 elections - particularly for the party's presumptive presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, who represents his best shot at making sure more of his policies are not rolled back.
Sat, 25 Jun 2016 11:37:58 -0400
Trump plays down post-Brexit market turmoil on Aberdeen visit
U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump played down market turmoil in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union on a visit to his Trump International golf course in Aberdeen on Saturday. Wearing an open-necked shirt, a suit and a white baseball cap with his slogan "Make America great again", Trump was asked if he was worried about the volatility in financial markets following Britain's vote to leave the EU on Thursday. Trump, whose mother was Scottish, was greeted by around a dozen protesters at the course waving Mexican flags, rainbow flags for Gay Pride day and signs that read "Donald stop the hating" and "Shame on you for ruining a beautiful landscape." Trump last year proposed a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States as a response to Islamist attacks in Paris and California, causing a furor in Europe.
Sat, 25 Jun 2016 16:10:50 -0400
Party faithful: Inside look at the California GOP convention
Hundreds of protesters surrounded the Hyatt Regency in a normally sleepy suburb of San Francisco. Some even attempted to charge through police barricades into the lobby. The source of their frustration: Donald Trump.
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 22:53:09 -0400
Spate of police officers fatally shot is very chilling
Virginia state trooper Chad Dermyer, a Marine veteran and father of two, is the 16th law enforcement officer to be killed by a gunman this year a 129 percent increase over the first three months of 2015. The numbers are very chilling, said Jim Pasco, executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:00:15 -0400
Clinton Surrogate Tom Perez Calls Donald Trump a Chaos Candidate
Hillary Clinton is about we. Donald Trump is about me, he continued, referencing Trumps comments Friday that the United Kingdoms decision to leave the European Union would be good for his business ventures. Perez also slammed Trump for his trip to his Scottish golf resorts and talking about how great his sprinkler systems are following the monumental "Brexit" vote. The New York billionaire trails Clinton by double digits, according to a new ABC News-Washington Post poll released Sunday, which also found that two-thirds of Americans find Trump unqualified to be president.
Sun, 26 Jun 2016 12:20:03 -0400
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