Hillary Clinton has regained a comfortable lead over Donald Trump in Pennsylvania following the Republican presidential nominee's widely panned debate performance and Miss Universe controversy. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off in one of the most consequential presidential debates in modern United States history with up to 100 million viewers set to tune in.
She has gone after the real estate investor for defying the tradition that modern presidential nominees have followed by refusing to release his tax returns (Trump insists it is because his recent returns are under IRS audit, though that does not preclude him from making them public).
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill retorted Sunday that Trump's almost $916 million loss in one year "represents real pain to many people who never got paid".
In an interview, Mitnick told the Times he had sometimes found it odd that the tax code allowed Trump to live in such luxury without paying income taxes.
Hillary Clinton's campaign manager says the report on Donald Trump's tax returns should resonate with many people who feel the USA tax system is unfair. Republican Sen. Rob Portman, fueled by a well-funded, data-savvy campaign, has pulled ahead of Strickland significantly, prompting some Democratic groups to pull money from the race.
Clinton says at a campaign stop in Toledo, Ohio, that it means Trump never contributed to Pell Grants to help kids attend college or federal veterans or military programs.
Donald Trump could have avoided paying taxes for up to 18 years - legally.
Previously, the only hard information available about Trump's federal income taxes had come from the late 1970s, because Trump had submitted his 1978 and 1979 returns to casino regulators in New Jersey, In May, The Washington Post reported that those returns showed that - at least in 1978 and 1979 - Trump paid no federal income taxes, in part because of heavy reported losses. "This is all coming from the Clinton Spin Machine and their patsies in the media", the campaign said.
Pope Francis makes surprise visit to quake zone in Italy
"I have accompanied them, helped them get closer to the Lord; some could not, but I accompanied them and never abandoned anyone". Photographs also show the religious leader speaking to firemen who aided the rescue mission when the quake hit on August 24.
Despite the protests, fans of Trump were excited for the rally, and were enthusiastic about a candidate that they believe shares their values. She said, "The presidency doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are".
"I hope to be elected president, but I know here in Ohio, LeBron will always be the king", Clinton said.
2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Fresh polling data suggest Clinton is carving out significant leads in some of the states likeliest to decide the election while Trump is solidifying his standing in Ohio. In fact, it complained that the documents had been published without Trump's permission: "The only news here is that the more than 20-year-old alleged tax document was illegally obtained", the statement said. "What kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year?" she asked incredulously.
Earlier in September, the Times was declaring OH "an essential swing state", where Governor John Kasich threatened to destroy Trump's presidential hopes by withholding his endorsement and denying Trump his turnout operation.
The Republican nominee also linked cyber vulnerabilities to the private email server used by his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. The show insiders told The Associated Press that Trump rated female contestants by the size of their breasts and talked about which ones he'd like to have sex with.
And while Trump has largely resisted overtly attacking Clinton over the incident or raising questions about her health, he has lately begun pumping up that line of attack. He cast her as a candidate "of the special interests" while casting himself as a self-made businessman who would not be beholden to anyone. He said he would make cybersecurity an "immediate and top priority".
Pressed on whether anyone in Trump's camp should be criticizing others' marriages, Giuliani said: "It isn't her marriage".