Around mid-August, as Trump’s poll numbers rose even after public statements that would have brought down mere mortal candidates, it dawned on the pundits that he was no summer infatuation.
Another phenomenon is unfolding for the Democratic Party. But independent Vermont Sen.
“I did recommend at the beginning of this conflict that we do more to help train those who were in the forefront”, Clinton said.
“Everyone who has worked in an early state knows that debates are just a small piece of the equation-and that candidates need to be in living rooms as well as on stage”.
So what is the take on these scenarios from a local perspective?
Michael Hartman, Washington County Republican Party chair, said his travels to local meetings and events have revealed that Republican voters are very involved this election cycle, despite the newcomers’ unexpected success. “I’ve sat and listened to moms and dads who’ve lost their children”, she said.
“I think Sanders could win in the primary”, said Kevin Donahue, 65, a semi-retired businessman who was among about 600 people who showed up for a forum on college affordability Friday at the University of New Hampshire at Durham.
“They’re keeping an open mind”, he said.
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Dr. Ben Carson, one of the political outsiders within the Republican presidential nomination, stated that Islam, as a religion, is incompatible with the U.S. Constitution.
“I want this to be about ideas and about policies”.
“By the way Donald, when you say you cherish women, that really doesn’t make it any better“, she said.
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“I don’t think it’s time to hit the panic button just yet”, he said. A top USA commander in the Middle East admitted last week that only four or five moderate Syrian fighters the us trained still remained on the battlefield.
“They can have their anger and their fear, but they cannot go unanswered”, O’Malley said.
“I do believe Carson is a true conservative, but I don’t know that he’s presidential material”. Both come across as focus-grouped, packaged and cautious, whereas Trump and Sanders are seen by their followers as “telling it like it is”. “But we certainly do have a problem, I mean, you have a problem throughout the world“. “Attitude sells”.
National Nurses United Co-President Karen Higgins called on delegates attending Saturday’s Democratic Party Convention in Springfield to support U.S. Sen.
Inside the arena, the competing signage and shout-outs among Clinton and Sanders supporters was hard to miss. She consulted more than 200 economists, according to her campaign.
“If there were fireworks at the first debate, then that would increase the audience for the second…If they’re low key affairs, I think they’re probably going to be eminently ignorable”.
“He has changed the tone of the conversation”, Larson said. Bill Clinton, in his 1992 campaign, famously vowed to “be there for you till the last dog dies”, and Hillary Clinton put her own spin on the sentiment. When they want to enhance their representation, they often argue that policy decisions aren’t being resolved in their favor. “Also, personality-wise, people might have an easier time with him“.
Clinton’s official campaign isn’t the only outlet debuting a more centrist message.
The former Maryland governor has recently accused the party of limiting debates to help Clinton’s campaign, but on Saturday he spoke about giving voters a chance to hear Democrats’ ideas after hearing plenty from Republican hopefuls.
The demographics of base voters in Southern states could make all the difference for Clinton, whose team is already building a “firewall” to wrap up the nomination soon after Iowa and New Hampshire.
Scala also suggested that Clinton is wise to hold off from attacking Sanders at this point – a move that could backfire in a race that remains fluid.
Buck said people in their 40s and 50s are anxious about similar issues.
Hillary is good for such obeisance, but she’s damaged herself.
“As a casual viewer watching this show, what did they get out of it?” “Hillary Clinton was a mesmerizing speaker”.
She addressed the state’s opioid epidemic, outlining her plan for treating addiction.
“We’re in East Tennessee, and it’s mainly Republican here”. “A lot of what I anxious about has happened”, including a power vacuum that has allowed the rise of Islamic State militants. How much control she has over these outside groups is debatable, though one coordinates directly with her campaign.
Fox also agreed with Fischman that Sanders appeals to a certain segment of Democrats.