Despite widespread predictions that a wave of Hispanics would defeat him, exit poll data indicates that president-elect Donald Trump did better with Hispanics than Mitt Romney did in 2012.
According to exit poll data collected by CNN, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton defeated Trump among Hispanics at 65 percent to 29 percent. While that’s a big margin, it’s smaller than the one Barack Obama won by in 2012. He defeated Mitt Romney among Hispanics 71 percent to 27 percent.
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The former vice president has stated many times in the past that it was too early to endorse Clinton or her rival Bernie Sanders, but revealed on Today Monday morning that he will not back either candidate until they win the primary.
When asked if he had been approached by Clinton or Sanders for an endorsement, Gore said; ‘I’ve gotten signals that you could interpret that way.’
Despite this, and the fact that Bill Clinton endorsed Gore before the start of the 2000 primary when he made a run for the presidency, Gore is not throwing his support behind Clinton or Sanders until they have sewn up a primary victory.
Despite the old guard and amateur pundits blaming Donald Trump and the majority of GOP voters who support him, much of the rift in the Republican Party has been caused by Texas Senator Ted Cruz conning nationalists into believing he is one of them. Republican voters, many of whom have supported the GOP for decades and been repeatedly taken for granted by the establishment, deserve better. They need to know that Cruz is an establishment globalist who has already sold the American worker down the river by voting for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Discussing the ultimate decision to pull the film – which presents the case for a link between autism and vaccines – De Niro alongside festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal held firm that he still wanted viewers to see the movie, despite the fact it will no longer run at the festival.
I think the movie is something that people should see. There was a backlash which I haven’t fully explored, and I will, but I didn’t want it to start affecting the festival in ways I couldn’t see.
“But definitely there’s something to that movie, and there’s another movie called Trace Amounts.
“And these movies… There’s a lot of information about things that are happening with the CDC, the pharmaceutical companies… there’s a lot of things that are not said.
“I, as a parent of a child who has autism, am concerned. And I want to know the truth.
“And I’m not anti-vaccine; I want safe vaccines.
Yet all three Republican presidential candidates have offered tax proposals that would, for reasons such as nomination politics and tax rate realities, overwhelmingly benefit the wealthiest.
In doing so, they have drawn criticism from Democrats who call it proof that the GOP’s eventual nominee will mainly try to help the rich.
Kiir gave a document to regional leaders listing his concerns. Mediators have said Kiir had voiced concerns about a demand that Juba become a demilitarized zone and conditions that he consult the first vice president on policy.
Machar has also conveyed doubts about aspects of power sharing.
At the ceremony, Kiir said he had faced intimidation during the peace process and added negotiations were “carelessly” handled by regional and world leaders, saying a poor agreement could backfire on the region.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said it was a “happy day for us in the region” that the deal had been signed, and that the South Sudanese leaders now needed to focus on the future.
His comments were echoed by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
The United States had proposed a U.N. arms embargo and more targeted sanctions from Sept. 6 unless the pact was signed by the 15-day deadline given to Kiir last week.
The new solution for women lacking their libido, or sexual desire, is called flibanserin and will now be administered under the strictest of guidelines.
Created by Sprout Pharmaceuticals under the brand name Addyi, the drug received FDA approval with certain limitations. The healthcare watchdog is now requiring trained doctors and pharmacists to keep track of any problems associated with the daily use of the “female Viagra.”
“This is the biggest breakthrough in women’s sexual health since the advent of ‘the Pill’” for contraception, The National Consumers League said in a statement. “It validates (and) legitimizes female sexuality as an important component of health.”