The United States Presidential race is now 18 days from Election Day. The final debate is now history. Now the fun begins as Donald Trump fights an uphill battle to overtake Hillary Clinton in what has been considered by many to be the ugliest, most expensive Presidential election in history.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Clinton closes gap in Louisiana
RealClearPolitics is reporting on a poll conducted by JMC Analytics which shows that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is closing the gap with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Louisiana.
Trump has a seven-point lead in the poll, which is down from 10 points a month ago. Here are the results:
by Lou Gehrig Burnett
Clinton surges in new polls
As Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s aggressive comments about women sinks in, a new poll shows that Democrat Hillary Clinton has opened a double-digit lead.
The poll, conducted by NBC News/Wall Street Journal, has Clinton with 46% support among likely voters compared to 35% for Trump.
Libertarian Gary Johnson had 9% and Green Party Jill Stein 2%.
Who won the Sunday debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton?
That is the big question being asked around the world and was asked Monday afternoon in a Bayoubuzz video discussion with Jim Brown and Bayoubuzz publisher Stephen Sabludowsky.
Here are a short summary and some of the actual comments. Watch the video for the actual discussion on this issue and other post-debate issues.
As everyone knows, there is another presidential debate Sunday night with two liberal moderators and an audience surely stacked with Democrat operatives. Regardless of the actual biased questions, GOP nominee Donald Trump should continually steer the conversation back to the economy, his strongest issue and the most important concern for American voters.
Who won last night’s debate?
In form, content, demeanor and just about every other way to look at the words, “win” and “lose”, the winner was decisive, Hillary Clinton.
Now, a disclaimer.
It was no surprise that the Commission on Presidential Debates which has a board of directors filled with liberal Democrats and establishment Republicans would pick liberal moderators for the presidential debates this year. They do it every four years in an attempt to help the Democrat presidential candidate. For some reason, Republican presidential nominees agree to this biased treatment.
In a bizarre video message this week to the Laborers International Union of North America, Hillary Clinton asked, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?”
She seemed concerned that her opponent, Donald Trump, had closed the gap in the polls. Clinton claimed that Trump was staunchly opposed to labor unions, but she had a long history of support.
At this point in the race, as his poll numbers are surging and Hillary Clinton is dealing with the negative fallout over her health scare and continual lying; only the media can stop Donald Trump from being elected the next President of the United States.
So President Obama, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton birther debate is over, right?
Today as represented by this twitter video, is one of those days that opens up to a Friday weekend of news reports and talking heads. What might be the story line?